The Basics: Chives

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Chives

Fresh chives are a reliable herb in the kitchen as they not only offer distinctive flavor to recipes, they may be used to garnish items beautifully. Just a smattering of shipped chives provides good taste & color to a variety of appetizers, side dishes, salads & soups. Beyond the table, the clippings may be paired with other herbs including parsley & thyme to create lovely bouquets that may be used to garnish foods or tucked into bud vases to scatter throughout entertaining spaces when social gatherings are in order.  

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How To Grow & Use Chives


Chives are a perennial herb that can be used to season & garnish foods. They are a member of the allium family & closely related to garlic & spring onions but have a mild flavor that pairs particularly well with potatoes, frittatas & Fresh Herb Cheese appetizers. They’re also good contenders to use in compound butters & canapé applications when entertaining. 

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The Technique

Chives are relatively simple to grow. Press the seeds into loose, damp soil in a window box that receives good light & watch them grow. The stems may be snipped to use in recipes & they will continue to thrive again & again. To store them, tuck the stems in a plastic zip top bag & place it in the refrigerator for several days. Rinse them just before using in recipe applications for the best look, flavor & texture.

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