Whether you grow your own or pick them up at your local farm stand or farmer’s market, nothing beats fresh herbs! They add great flavor and zing to dishes as well as provide many health benefits. This course covers identifying, buying, storing, growing, harvesting, handling, and preserving fresh herbs as well as using them in your everyday cooking. With a little knowledge and a few tips, your food will SING with flavor!!
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About Fresh Herbs for Cooking and Health
No label Top Culinary Herbs Workshop Replay
This lesson contains the replay from a workshop I conducted on culinary herbs.
No label Perennial Herb Tips
Perennial Herbs like thyme, sage, and chives are ones that come up year after year. This lesson provides some tips to make that happen!
No label Cutting Fresh Herbs
There are two main techniques for cutting fresh herbs depending on the size of the leaf. This lesson will teach when and how to do each.
No label Washing & Storage of Fresh Herbs
The key to keeping herbs fresh, fragrant, and flavorful is proper washing and storing. This lesson will show you how.
No label “Preserving” Fresh Herbs
In peak season it is hard to keep up with all the fresh herb goodness. Instead of leeting them go to waste, this lesson provides some simple ways to "save" your herbs to use later.
No label Fresh Herb Flavor Guides
There is no right or wrong way to use fresh herbs in your kitchen. It depends on your preferences and tastes. However, there are some classic combinations to get you started.
No label Sauces, Dressings, and Spreads
One of the easiest way to infuse the flavor and health benefits of fresh herbs is to use them to make a fresh sauce, dressing, or spread.
About the Teacher
Cheryl Dornberg is the founder, CEO, and operator of Mrs. Dornberg’s Culinary Experience based in Highland, IN. She is a Culinary Nutrition Expert and believes that a healthy lifestyle begins in the kitchen, and every meal that you prepare yourself from fresh, whole ingredients is a step towards a vibrant, energy-filled life.
I loved this course!
Great to hear! Thanks for the feedback! — Cheryl