Quarterly Magazine August 2022

Everything Horses and Livestock ® Magazine

Everything Horses and Livestock ® Magazine

Gather: Slender clear glass bottle(s) with lids or for fun corks Rosemary and Thyme springs to fill the bottle(s) 1 Tablespoon Black or colored Peppercorns 1-2 cups Red Wine Vinegar

Rosemary Thyme Vinegar

Gerri Groshong

Small funnel, scissors, cutting board. Labels or tags. Raffia or jute cording. Directions: Trim all ends of Herbs and rinse with cold water. Put peppercorns in bottles. Twist herb sprigs to release fragrance-put in bottle(s.) Warm vinegar till you see a puff of steam. Fill bottle to ½ to 1” of top. Wipe bottles and rims let set to cool, then put on lids. Decoration and Storage.

Gather another bunch or two of the fresh herbs. Bind them into smaller bunches and tie to the neck of the bottle using the jute, cord, or raffia. Attach label or tag to the bunch on the bottle with the date and year. Allow vinegar to sit for at least 2 weeks in a cool dark place. These keep about a year and add a beautiful accent to any kitchen and are great gifts to savor Summers Flavors.

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme Classic sights, tastes and flavors of SUMMER! Summer is winding down. How can it be? Time sure flies.

While we can’t stop time. We can capture a bit of the seasons bounty to enjoy through the cooler seasons. Capturing summer can be so fun and easy! Check out the: FUN FROM THE SUN TREASURES BELOW. Combining Herbs with White and Red Wine Vinegars helps to preserve the herbs flavors. You can combine any of the below.

White Vinegar: Mint, Lemon Balm, Lemon Basil Blueberries, Lemon Thyme, Cinnamon stick.

Red Wine Vinegar: Sage, Parsley, Shallots Raspberries and Thyme

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