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    Borage

    Borage is an annual. So worth growing this pretty healthy herb. The stem and leaves are covered with coarse, prickly hairs. The bright blue flowers are star-shaped. The fresh plant has a salty flavor and a cucumber-like aroma. check out how good for you it is http://genuineaid.com/2010/08/17/nutrients-health-benefits-borage-starflower/

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    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Borage make this a beautiful salad adding the Blue. Dill complements the cucumbers and the borage as they have a slight cucumber flavor.

    Recipe #380703

    I started making my basic Borage Jelly Recipe #381762 this year and decided to use one home grown cucumber to bring out the cucumber flavor of the borage. Nice for wedding shower brunch on finger sandwiches. Use as a sweetener add to hot tea serve hot or cool tea and add ice to serve cooled.

    Recipe #460029

    Made an othe batch of my Borage Jelly http://www.food.com/recipe/borage-jelly-381762 and added cucumber to bring out the cucumber in the borage and ginger for a kick. Nice on finger sandwiches. The leaves of the borage has hints of cucumber and the beautiful starflowers have hints of honey. This will lift up your spirits because it helps with depression and anxiety

    Recipe #460051

    A beautiful true blue flower to complement your favorite summer drinks!

    Recipe #380685

    Spinach complemented with cucumber tasting leaves of the borage plant.

    Recipe #380705

    For growers of borage add flowers to herbal vinegar as a dye and for a slight cucumber flavour.This is wonderful on cucumber tea sandwiches.

    Recipe #381762

    Have you had Hendrick's gin? Not for everyone this Hendrick’s Gin, is a dainty distillation from Girvan, Ayrshire, in the Scottish Lowlands. Made and bottled there, infused with the traditional botanicals like juniper, coriander and citrus peel. The difference comes in with cucumber and rose petals. Making a wonderful iconoclastic (breaking with convention or tradition) gin. Would be a wonderful martini with rose petals floating in the glass.

    Recipe #209241

    This herby sauce is for fried or poached fish, cold fish, hard boiled eggs, cold cuts, or as a sandwich filling.

    Recipe #305379

    Great summer soup

    Recipe #238309

    A lightly flavored cottage cheese.

    Recipe #238211

    This is Common Cup (a name I've made up) because apparently the true traditional pimm's should be topped with champagne. In reality, this is what you're much more likely to find in pubs in the summer.

    Recipe #123666

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    Borage flowers and leaves are the traditional decoration for gin-based summer cocktails, and may be set in ice cubes to garnish other drinks. Because it is a tonic plant for the adrenal glands, borage provides an invaluable support for a stressful lifestyle. Borage is rich in minerals, especially potassium.

    Recipe #123401

    Borage flowers and leaves are edible. Because it is a tonic plant for the adrenal glands, borage provides an invaluable support for a stressful lifestyle. Borage is rich in minerals, especially potassium. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #123400

    Both borage flowers and leaves are edible. Because it is a tonic plant for the adrenal glands, borage provides an invaluable support for a stressful lifestyle. Borage is rich in minerals, especially potassium. Courtesy of The Herb Cookery, Texas, The Herb Purveyor by Barbara Scoggins, 1992

    Recipe #123398

    A delicious little taste sensation from Chef Mario Batali. Both borage flowers and leaves are edible. Because it is a tonic plant for the adrenal glands, borage provides an invaluable support for a stressful lifestyle. Borage is rich in minerals, especially potassium.

    Recipe #123397

    Posted for a request, I haven't tried this. Recipe is from 'The German Cookbook' by Mimi Sheraton

    Recipe #107032


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