Our perennial garden has at least 3 herb plants, and I really should a) positively identify them, and b) start using them! I know for sure we have chives. But I think we also have sage (or tarragon), possibly thyme, probably rosemary and maybe even some mint.
Buttermilk Ranch Dressing Mix Recipe - Hidden Valley Copycat! ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com ~ skip the store bought ranch dressing mix, and make this delicious copycat Buttermilk Ranch Dressing Mix Recipe instead! SO easy and delicious!! #recipes #thefrugalgirls
Cream Cheese and Ham Roll-ups Absolutely amazingly yummy snack and it's so easy to make! 1 Pack of Ham 1 Pack of Soft Tortilla Shells 1 Container Chive Flavored Cream Cheese Spread cream cheese on to the tortilla shell; covering the entire surface. Then take ham and press it into the cream cheese. I used Black Forest Ham. Place a dob of cream cheese in the middle, roll up tightly and then cut into sections. Viola! So easy! Enjoy!
Pinning this despite the fact it's from a site called "meatified" and is "paleo". I'm sure paleolithic peoples were soaking cashews and then whizzing them into dairy alternatives with their VitaMixes. ;o) Garlic & Chive Spread from http://meatified.com
Lemon-Chive Dressing (for Spaghetti Zucchinni)- Sorry the picture sucks! 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice Fine sea salt 1 cup light cream 1/3 cup freshly minced chives Directions In a small jar, combine lemon juice and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Cover and shake until salt is dissolved. Add cream and chives; shake to blend. Season with salt. Store, covered and refrigerated, up to 1 week. Shake to blend before using.