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Friday, July 20, 2007

Comments

yvette

Yay and yeah!! My basil is going insane and now i know what to do with it. Thanks.

Lisa

Ok totally crazy questions what exactly is pesto for? I've seen it over and over, but I never really know what the heck it is for.

Jen

Wonderful pesto recipe! Thanks so much for posting!

Wool Winder

Garden fresh! Yum!

Vickie

Your pesto looks lovely! I didn't get a chance to plant basil this year but hopefully I can remember to do it next year. I use it for pasta and roasted vegetables, a pesto cream sauce for chicken and shrimp and on toasted bread with sun-dried tomatoes. It's great that you can actually freeze it in ice cube trays. I spray mine with non-stick spray and put 1 TBS in each spot. Then when it's completely frozen, I go back and pop them out and put them all in a freezer zip bag. When summer is over, I can can still have some pesto from my garden. I just could kick myself for not planting it this year!

Laurie

Wonderful! I substitute walnuts for pine nuts, and it is SO good.

Laurie

Wonderful! I substitute walnuts for pine nuts, and it is SO good.

Laurie

Wonderful! I substitute walnuts for pine nuts, and it is SO good.

Sue

Your greens look so ... well, GREEN! Yum!

julia fc

Sorry, kim. My emails messed up. Contact Kathleen through her email link on the post.
Looking forward to it myself.

Marcia Cooke

Yum! Unfortunately, that is how our resident woodchuck feels about basil, too, so I've barely got enough to sprinkle on a salad or pizza this year.

Ruinwen

What great looking basil...yummy pesto too! :)

Manise

Doing that here too! My pesto recipe is a variation of yours. Have you tried half a bagel with pesto with a slice of tomato and topped with a slice of mozzarella or provolone in the toaster oven until melty? Awesome!

Beth

Yum, I love pesto! It's great to have basil in the garden!

Carole

My SIL keeps me in basil so we have homemade pesto around here, too. I love it tossed with shrimp and pasta. Mmmm.

Julia

Few things beat homegrown, homemade pesto. I make a ton and freeze it - except for the parmesan which I add fresh. Dang, now I'm hungry.

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