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Right now, the farm is filled with lots of beautiful herbs ready to be replanted in your gardens. You can come on by or find us at a local Farmers Markets.
I've been enjoying the nice weather grilling fresh fish with just-cut herbs and the Three Bird Vinegars. So easy and so good!
This photo is of some cod I cooked up the other night using fresh herbs, some Three Bird Lavender Lemongrass White Balsamic Vinegar and awesome olive oil from the farmers market - BAM! It was de'lish!
Super Easy Marinade
1/4 cup oil
2T vinegar (herb infused will add an extra oomph) or lemon juice
1/2 cup parsley ( I used flat leaf)
Garlic ( I also added some society garlic*)
Salt and pepper to taste.
Society garlic, also called pink agapanthus, gets its name from the belief that you won't get bad breath if you eat it. The leaves can be used in cooking like garlic chives and the bulbs can be used like garlic.
Society garlic looks great in the garden when a few of them are bunched together and although not usually an issue in the Pacific Northwest - it's good to know that it's drought intolerant.
Society garlic is said to ward of animals, rodents and bugs, so it's a good thing to use as a border or anywhere you want to discourage neighborhood pets or wildlife.