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~Garden Quote~
“Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; garlic makes it good.”
-- Alice May Brock

Recipes

Fresh vegetables and herbs are fun to grow and delicious to use in the kitchen. Here are some of our favorite recipes for cooking with the Burpee Home Gardens plants grown in your own garden.


Vegetable  Recipes
Bean Kale Squash - Winter
BOOST Collection Kohlrabi Strawberry
Broccoli Lettuce & Greens Swiss Chard
Brussels Sprouts Melon Tomato - Beefsteak
Bumper Crop (Grafted) Okra Tomato - Heirloom
Cabbage Onion Tomato - Heirloom Marriage
Cauliflower Pepper - Banana Tomato - Paste & Saladette
Celery Pepper - Hot Tomato - Slicer
Cucumber Pepper - Sweet Tomato - Small Fruited
Eggplant Pumpkin Watermelon
Fennel Squash - Summer Zucchini
Herb  Recipes
Basil Herb Mixes Rosemary
Cat Grass Lavender Sage
Catnip Lemon Balm Savory
Chives Lemongrass Stevia
Cilantro Mint Sweet Marjoram
Dill Oregano Tarragon
Herb Celery Parsley Thyme




Fresh Tomato Salsa
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Fresh salsa can be made just before serving with chips or as a condiment for a main course. When chopping fresh hot peppers, add the seeds to this fresh salsa for more heat.
 
Fresh Tomato Salsa
 
Ingredients
 
4 hot peppers
1 sweet pepper
8 vine ripe tomatoes
2 limes
2 finely minced garlic cloves,
Fresh parsley and cilantro to taste
Salt and freshly ground pepper
 
 
Directions
 
Finely mince the hot peppers, include seeds (discard seeds for less heat) and combine in a small bowl with the sweet pepper and tomatoes, both coarsely chopped. (Can be done in a food processor.) Squeeze in the juice from the limes, Add the minced garlic, fresh parsley and cilantro to taste. Season with salt and freshly ground pepper.



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