Pineapple Sage

$3.99

1 bunch

The common name of Pineapple Sage comes from the scent of the leaves when crushed - nice and pineappley! Strongly aromatic and slightly bitter herb, sage can withstand long cooking times without losing flavor. A little goes a long way. Crisp in a pan with brown butter and add to a pasta dish; roast with root vegetables; or toss fresh in a salad.

Wrap in a paper towel, place in a breathable bag, and store in fridge for up to 5 days. You can also submerge leaves in olive oil and keep in the fridge for up to 3 weeks.