It's been a rainy summer.
This is an understatement.
We've have 14 inches of rain at our farm in 25 days.
The sun came out the other day, and I took the opportunity to harvest the bumper crop of parsley that has been growing. One of my favorite ways to store herbs is to freeze them. Freezing herbs retains their fresh flavor, and there is nothing like the flavor of fresh parsley in winter soups and stews.
I picked a huge bunch of parsley, cleaned it, and picked the leaves off the stems.
In the past I cut the herbs by hand. Last year for Christmas I received these great herb cutting scissors, they have been wonderful for cutting large batches.
Fill ice cube trays with the herbs and cover with water.
Store these flavorful little ice cubes in freezer bags for a cold day when you are craving the taste of summer.
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