Put it on the Dinner Table
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Sage is a common herb in rich dishes featuring meat or pasta. Try adding sage to clarified butter and tossing with pasta or fry the leaves gently in butter to add as a garnish for soups. You can use thinnly sliced sage leaves for marinades for pork, lamb, or poultry and mix it with ground meat for sausages.
Sage can also be place around the edges of a grill or under a piece of meat to impart its flavor to the smoke while you are cooking.