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My herbs this spring are thriving. In fact, I may need a machete soon on the some of them! Here's my oregano.
I use oregano all the time in my cooking so it is handy to have it in the kitchen. I use some fresh herbs, but I am more used to reaching for the dried herb jars and bottles that are right next to the stove. So, I decided to dry some of my own. I'll have a great supply and it will be so much fresher than what I could buy at the store.
But, I needed some storage. I think glass jars are the best for herbs, and I found the perfect bottle in my cupboard. It was one of those I couldn't throw out and is just the right size for an herb that I use all the time.
Here's the jar after etching:
|Etched Herb Jar|
|Etched Herb Jar by Terry Ricioli|
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