Our recipes are created to showcase the herb blends, herbs and herbal vinegars. The products can be used in a variety of ways and can also be used in your own recipes. Please share suggestions and comments after you try a recipes. Here’s to a flavorful and creative eating experience.
This recipe is delicious year round because kale is always available. Gently sautéed, curly leaf kale is enhanced with Fuller’s Winter Thyme Vinegar or Fuller’s Raspberry Vinegar, dried bing cherries, and chopped pecans. A delectable salad that fulfills the need for greens in your diet without compromising taste and appeal. The salad is a nice side dish with hearty entrées
such as pork loin or baked chicken. For vegetarians, increase the recipe and add a baked yam or sweet potato. Serves 4.
Culinary sage refers to a small group of the genus Salvia. These are evergreen perennial sub-shrubs with grayish, purple, or yellow, green and white variegated leaves that add an earthy freshness to foods. Common Salvia officinalis is an excellent seasoning in many food preparations and is favored in Italian cuisine. All of the varieties of sage all can be used interchangeably in recipes. Fresh sage makes a pleasing tea and aids in digestion.
This recipe developed while backpacking in Patagonia. With just a few ingredients and a small amount preparation, this super tasty, satisfying pasta dish is one you can make year round. You can substitute sharp, white Cheddar for the Gouda.
Polenta Pie is versatile, comforting and a crowd pleasing dish that can be served all year long. Select vegetables that are in season or available locally. Ground beef, turkey or chicken can be added for a hardier dish. Serve with a green salad.
Thyme is one of the best known and most widely-used culinary herbs and their blossoms are abundant in the spring and throughout the summer. The tiny fragrant, pale pink blossoms and are a wonderful addition to food and can be added to salads, cream cheese, sprinkled on vegetables, potatoes, and chicken or fish. Infuse cold beverages with sprigs of thyme blossoms for delicate and refreshing flavor.
If you need a quick meal try this recipe. It can be made in a flash. Substitute your favorite pasta or add a few handfuls of steamed snow peas, zucchini, or cherry tomatoes. Fresh, fragrant sage is a wonderful alternative to basil or a red sauce.
Savoy cabbage is beautiful and tasty. With it’s dark green, rumpled leaves and mellow flavor it’s easy to like. Cabbage rolls are an ideal food for chilly weather and this is a tradition recipe that uses Savoy cabbage instead of the tradition green cabbage.