Roasted Potatoes With Sage and Garlic Recipe
The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches; small wonder the plant maintained a premier spot in the herbal apothecary throughout the Middle Ages Of solid character and haunting flavor, sage does better with robust, earthy peasant fare rather than with more refined cuisine It pairs perfectly here with potatoes and stands up well to garlic
potatoes, flour, vegetable oil, cloves, sage, butter
Country-Sausage And Sage Dressing Recipe
This recipe is by Craig Claiborne With Pierre Franey and takes 1 hour 30 minutes. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.
italian bread, corn, bulk sausage, onion, celery, apples, sage, eggs, chicken broth, butter