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Parsley: Flat (Italian) and curly parsley are intense and can brighten up a dish, especially when paired with a little lemon.
Thyme: A mild flavored herb that is great with savory meat dishes.
Oregano: Wonderfully aromatic - excellent when blended with thyme for a classic tomato sauce.
Cilantro: Bright and intense cool weather crop whose seeds are the spice coriander.
Rosemary: This slow growing, earthy herb is particularly good with hearty foods like savory meats or potatoes.
Tarragon: Defined by a robust anise flavor.
Basil: A fragrant seasoning herb, there are lots of kinds but we stick to classic Italian. A traditional foundation of pesto, Basil is prominent in Italian and Thai cuisines.
Basil: Basil likes to be treated like a flower; store in a glass of water on the countertop out of the sun. Change the water and keep stems fresh for best life.
The Rest: Store in the coldest part of the fridge in a sealed container.