As a chef there are skills I learned early in my career (almost 15 years ago!) that I use nearly everyday. Working with herbs is one of those skills. It’s easy for me to take these skills for granted. Admittedly I assume these are practices that most everyone already knows.
Luckily, you spoke up! With every blog, we ask you, our tribe, to share comments about what future topics you’d like us to cover. A big thank you to LisaF for asking us to cover quick ways to tackle fresh herbs.
Here are some tips for how to work with a variety of fresh herbs and, as an added bonus, how to store them. A big hint on working with any herb, vegetable or fruit is how it is sold. Have you ever noticed how basil is usually not refrigerated at the grocery store? That’s because it stores best at room temperature.
Watch this week’s video to learn more. Let us know in the comments below what other topics you’d like us to tackle.
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