Alton Brown On Using And Preserving Herbs

My wife likes cooking shows. Since we don’t have a television, she occasionally pulls up a clip or two online.

Personally, the only cooking show I can stand to watch is Alton Brown’s “Good Eats.” He’s entertaining and almost always has something useful to share.

This week I came across an episode in which he takes a closer look at herbs and the variety of ways they can easily be added to our diets.

Blame Kendra Lynne’s new post for getting me on an herb-researching kick.

I particularly like the box fan/air filter trick. I may also have to try the herb vinegar idea.

Or, better yet, I’ll have my wife do it instead.

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