Thursday, October 23, 2014


Parsley is an annual Herb,
 it contains zero cholesterol and fat,
 but rich in anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber.
 I use it a lot in my cooking.

In the Spring, I planted one small plant from the Grocery Store (IGA)
 and it grew very well in my garden.(with little care)
It could also be planted in a flower box
or a pot inside

I cut my Parsley and washed them in a clean sink 
filled with water and dried them with Scott Towel
To Dry Your Parsley, gather all of your harvested sprigs into loose bundles.
Be sure to pick out any  discolored or unhealthy leaves.
Secure them with a soft twine or dental floss.
Hang them in a warm, dry and preferably dark place.
My herbs hanging to dry
 After two-three weeks, your parsley should be dry and crumble to the touch. 
Strip the parsley of the stocks with your fingers.

I use a hand blender to chop the Parsley finer

Place in jars or store in a cool dry place. enjoy....

Thank you for visiting my blog xo.


  1. This was a wonderfully informative post, Thelma...thank you. I love adding parsley to my home made chicken soup :)


    1. Thanks for your visit. I use Parsley in my soups also. It was nice hearing from you again. Take care..Thel


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