HERB - basil

SCOTT A WAGGONER maynedelacroix at juno.com
Thu Apr 23 22:00:25 PDT 1998

That's a funny story!

On Wed, 22 Apr 1998 15:54:44 EDT RAISYA <RAISYA at aol.com> writes:
>Yes, I thought that was you, but I wasn't certain.  If you have 
>give me a yell.
>The basil plant at Gulf War?  <G> Well, I needed fresh basil to make 
>pesto for
>A&S.  I had started the plant back about October in a pot, and 
>pampered it all
>winter long.  It was 2 1/2 foot tall by March in a big pot, it needed 
>a seat
>to itself for the trip.  The first two nights we were there, the 
>dropped to about 18F, way too cold for basil.  The first night, we put 
>it in
>the van, running the heat for a few minutes and packing stuff around 
>it to
>keep it warm.  The second and third nights, a friend had to smuggle it 
>into a
>cabin and put it on top of the hot water heater.
>I took great delight in turning that plant into pesto (closest I ever 
>came to
>detesting a plant <G>), but I will NEVER do anything that insane 
>again.  Next
>time, I find a recipe that uses dried herbs.
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