Tag Archives: chives

Baby Chives

At this time of year I love snipping the babyest of baby chives, they add a pinch of spring to everything, I have often harvested my chive patch completely down to the ground at least a couple times before they … Continue reading

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Tarragon Pesto

My spring equivalent of the old summer standby basil pesto. This is the kind of thing I would never do if I didn’t grow a huge tarragon plant in the garden. I had never cooked with fresh tarragon before I … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

I absolutely can not wait for it to be warm enough to get out side again, enough with the late season snow falls and freezing rain already! The local garden centers are filling up with plants buds on my trees … Continue reading

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Cooking with Chive Blossoms

I have more than enough chives in my garden so letting the seeds ripen really isn’t necessary. I hate to see anything I grow go to waste, but what to do with all the pretty purple blossoms?  Raw chive flowers … Continue reading

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