Sista’s Favorite Kitchen Gadget of the week!

 

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IPAC Inox-Stainless Steel Fresh Herb Mill

It’s time to start jazzing up your marinades, salads, and side dishes with the fabulous flavors of fresh herbs, and produce from local farms! Put the winter recipes away…”Summer Cooking” has officially begun! Think Fresh, Fabulous and Flavorful when preparing meals…This week many CSA Farm Programs kick off their 2014 along with dozens of weekly community Farmers markets throughout the North Shore area.   Because I’m so excited to finally have an abundance of fresh locally grown produce, and herbs at my finger tips for the next several months, I thought I’d feature my IPAC Inox-Stainless Steel Fresh Herb Mill.  This handheld mill is by far the most used kitchen gadget, in my kitchen during the summer months. It’s easy to use, and cuts through herbs with minimal bruising, making pretty flake like cuts that are the perfect size to use to dress up a platted meal with a fresh professional look. 

*Friendly Reminder~ “The Cape Ann Farmers Market” held at Stage Forth Park, begins Thursday June 12 at 3 pm.

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3 comments

  • Wow, that is a great gadget, any recommendations on where to buy?

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  • Wow talk about fresh and using this tool (IPAC) make sit so much easier…classic New England barn with the steep roof climbed a few in my younger days, not no more, you have to really hold on but once on top put a leg on either side like riding the storm out! Dave & Kim :-)Thanks :-) Dave & Kim:-)

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