We made some modifications to the quadrants in the Potager garden this weekend. Hubby laid a row of bricks making the beds somewhat raised. He also added all kinds of good things to the soil so our fall-loving veggies will be happy and thrive.
We cut back the rosemary that had overstepped it's bounds. There are two plants :: both overwintered from last year. That's unusual in our neck of the woods and a first for us. In an effort to make use of every snip I did some preservation experimenting. There's rosemary drying in the sun on the deck, in the dehydrator, and hanging in bunches in a dark basement closet. We're freezing some too. Apparently frozen rosemary tastes almost just like fresh.
The house smelled so heavenly from handling this gorgeous herb and I got a little carried away. Not much was accomplished on my Saturday list. It was an everything-rosemary day.
|Ina's Rosemary Roasted Potatoes|