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Lose something? Sage may help you find your mind! — 9 Comments

  1. Wow, three recipes! I have a pork loin in the freezer waiting to be fabulised so I might just steal your recipe…I love Sage but mine died some weeks ago now so I have to make do with the only herb to survive winter – the humble Thyme! I also adore Artichokes, and I didn’t know that they were referred to as sunchokes (is that what you call them in the US or France?). Jerusalem Artichoke Soup is so good. Oh and I wouldn’t say no to the risotto either! You eat well in France!

  2. sunchokes-I had one of those when I was six years old-oh no, that was a sunstroke-hee hee1 what a wild and interesting veggie_I have never seen this before. Would love to have a bite!

  3. Hi Katie,
    I always keep pork loins in my freezer and now I know how I’m going to fix one. What a delicious sounding recipe. And the sunchokes! I’d eaten them raw but never tried to cook with them. The suggestion for soup sounds divine.

  4. Yummy, yummy, yummy. I also love sage. I brought my big pot of it inside but it’s languishing now…anyway that pork is wonderful — sage, wine, olives — all the best stuff!

  5. Oh, I love your sunchokes! I love sage also. I’m lucky enough to have sage keep growing here through the winter. Just used a bunch on last night’s dinner. I haven’t noticed it doing anything for my memory though, I wish.

  6. I have sage growing in my garden. Incidentally, sage is a great herb to use with Offal – very thematic at the moment 😉

  7. I love to cook with sage and I also love sunchokes – I like the the taste of it.
    very interessting recipes, thanks for sharing 🙂