Pineapple Sage Iced Tea
Pineapple sage grows quickly and soon was the dominant plant growing straight up the middle of my herb pot....what to do with all of this sage?! Summer in Boston, and a house without central AC does not exactly lend itself well to something like a roast chicken with pineapple sage....so I soon found Rita's recipe for Pineapple Sage Iced Tea! Perfect! I made a single batch of this tea, and it was gone within the afternoon! I doubled the recipe and it came out great. I'm posting the single…
How to Grow Pineapple Sage Plants | Planting & Growing Tips
Growing pineapple sage will attract hummingbirds and butterflies, plus make your yard look wonderful. Pineapple sage makes wonderful cut flowers, too.
Uses for Pineapple Sage | Livestrong.com
Salvia elegans, also known as pineapple sage, is a shrub with many uses. Its leaves and flowers are edible and are widely used in traditional medicines.
Pineapple Sage – a delicate herbal syrup
Shan shared her gorgeous pineapple sage with the Co-op, and today Jocelyn came over to help catch this glorious flavor in a syrup. We simply infused the whole leaves and flowers in a boiling 1:1 s…
Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans), Its Health Benefits, Medicinal Uses & Side Effects
Learn about pineapple sage (Salvia elegans), its health benefits, side effects & medicinal uses in anxiety, high blood pressure, depression and other diseases.
Make this pineapple sage mojito! Crisp and refreshing.
If you are looking for a crisp, refreshing cocktail, this pineapple sage mojito is your answer. Fresh herbs, lime juice, rum. Delicious.
Pining for Pineapple Sage - Recipes Abound
Pining for Pineapple Sage by Michele Brown and Pat Stewart of Possum Creek Herb Farm Originally ran in the May/June 07 issue of The Essential Herbal Magazine Subscribe “Why should a man die whilst sage grows in his garden?” 13th century quote Salvia elegans in bloom Salvia is from the Latin “salvere” meaning to save, to cure or be in good health. The French agreed, calling it “tout bonne” or all is well. History The majority of historical information refers to sages in general. However, I…
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As I was wondering what to do with my gorgeous and thriving pineapple sage plant, I came across this combination of flavors on a website about herbs. So I tossed them together with couscous for a q...
12 Creative Ways to Preserve Sage
Sage is an intensely aromatic herb, and unlike its tender cousins — basil and parsley — its leaves are sturdy and resinous. Because of sage’s powerful aroma and oily texture, a little goes long way, flavor-wise. The preserving possibilities are numerous, so we get to be creative with this potent perennial. Infuse honey with dried sage leaves to add flavor to hot or iced tea, sweeten baked goods, add to a citrus-y marinade, or serve on a cheese plate.