We had a tree fall earlier this year and what was once a sad patch of sage has blossomed into an amazing and beautiful crop. I would typically dry it for use during the colder months but I have so much there must be other things I can do. I like to fry them but not too often (indulgent) and I've never been able to master the awesome sage sauce that some restaurants make. any ideas?
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