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Excess herbs - there are worse problems to have. But when you've gone to the trouble of growing them in boxes on a rooftop in the middle of a busy city, you want to make sure you use them to their fullest potential.
Scott Walton, executive chef at Markethouse Restaurant in Chicago specializes in fresh, locally sourced ingredients - some grown mere feet above diners' heads - and it's his mission to make sure every bit of it is sufficiently savored.
C'mon - thyme's a wasting!
Five Ways to Use Herbs Year 'Round: Scott Walton
2. Medicinal herbs all season long
3. Rubs and smoking
4. Innovative cocktails all winter long
5. Make better butter
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