Origin: California Botanical name: ocimum basilicum
Basil's strong fragrance and flavor make it a favorite in many cuisines. A member of the mint family, basil has been cultivated in the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Use basil with tomatoes, soups, stews, and seafood dishes and with cooked squash potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables. Dried basil can also be sprinkled on freshly popped popcorn. More recipe ideas can be found in The Herb Garden Club.
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