Drying herbs is just about as easy as it gets. You could honestly let most culinary herbs sit on your counter for a week, crumble them into a jar, and kiss McCormick goodbye. For those intent on preserving every last subtle flavor of their favorite culinary herbs, most pros recommend hanging herbs in a dry, dark location (hello pantry?). Here are some tips that delve into the details a bit more.
With the variety of herbs we grow here at the farm, you could be enjoying your own Italian seasoning, herb dry rub mixes, infused olive oils, compound butters, mint teas, and more all through the winter!