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Bluesplash
Bridgeville, DE
(Zone 7b)

August 23, 2010
2:24 AM

Post #8056539

Thank you for this great piece on sage. I once had some pineapple sage and loved it. I sauteed it with shrimp and ohh yummmm. .. I am definitly looking for pineapple sage to plant next spring. I also like sage with wild sweet orange tea.
critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

August 23, 2010
5:56 AM

Post #8056720

Sage & orange does sound like a good combination... wouldn't have thought to put sage in tea, but it does sound tasty! I'll have to remember your pineapple sage & shrimp combo, too.

Thanks!

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