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June 30, 2013



I don't have any interesting ways that I use mint. But I would sure love a care package. Maybe I'll melt down the chocolate and make me a mint julip :)


I've saved your recipe for Baked Macaroni with Ricotta, Spinach, and Mint, adapted from “Parents Need to Eat Too.”

Personally, most my mint goes into mojitos, but I try to buy it only for nobler causes, like Jamie Oliver's mushy peas (http://www.spilledmilkpodcast.com/2010/05/06/mushy-peas-recipe-from-episode-11/); or Middle Eastern Couscous Salad with Feta and Mint (http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipe/middle-eastern-couscous-salad-with-feta-and-mint/).

I've also bookmarked Gena's Mint Chip Banana Soft Serve (http://food52.com/blog/4308-one-ingredient-ice-cream-2-0-flavors-for-every-season) to try this summer!

prickly pinecone

My husband and I love making a dark chocolate mint chilli. I realize how disgusting it sounds but the chocolate makes it rich and the mint leaves a refreshing taste in your mouth.

I also love making smores with mint chocolate so these dove chocolates would be ideal.


Mint and pea pasta! Mint lemonade or tea :)

Kath the Cook

Most recently in the great lamb kofta (meatballs) from "Jerusalem" with tahini & yogurt sauce (and lots of other stuff too).

If I win, just please don't send me chocolate & mint, I think I'm one of the few people in the universe that don't like those flavors together. Everything else is great! I'll say that you did if necessary.

jennie sanderson

I love mint! I make mint chocolate cream pies, mint tea, we make this great strawberry mint cream cheese dip, so wonderful. I also use mint is savory dishes especially asian dishes. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tammy Sigond

I love mint...especially fresh mint that i grow. i use it in mojitos and driy it for mint tea all year...also it is a fabulous natural mosquito repellent.We have mint surrounding our deck and love the scent and the fact that we don't get bit!

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