What Can I Do With Pineapple Sage?

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Q: I recently bought a pineapple sage plant when getting seedlings because I couldn't resist its wonderful pineapple smell. Now I have it, I have no idea what to do with it. I think it might taste good muddled with mint in mojitos or perhaps in marinades.

Do you have any good recipes that call for pineapple sage or any other ideas on how to use this luscious-smelling herb?

Sent by Heather

Editor: Heather, we agree that this is wonderful muddled into drinks. You can also use it when roasting chicken, just as you would use regular sage.

Readers, do you have any favorite ways to showcase pineapple sage?

 

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