I must admit... the sage plant has not been getting very much attention this season. It definitely seems to be very low maintenance, which is a plus! It's been in the back of the garden... just kind of sitting there. But all of the sudden, it seems to have just taken off! And I want to start using it!
The other evening I used it when I made roasted pumpkin squash. And it was delicious! All I did was sprinkle a few leaves over the top of the cut & sliced pumpkin, drizzled with olive oil, and baked in the oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. So quick! And simple.
Does anyone have favorite delicious, fun, or creative ways to use sage? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! :)