Friday, August 7, 2009


Early summer and late spring brought the aromatic Cilantro alive in the garden. This herb isn't for everyone. I personally love it's pungent flavor in everything from soups to of course pico de gallo.

Technically I guess the whole plant is the Coriander plant and the leaves are referred to as Cilantro. I have read conflicting information about that point. I do know this, when the plant goes to seed (rather quickly I might add) the seed is known as Coriander.

I like that in a plant. Dual uses in the kitchen.

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