10 responses

  1. Eva@FoodVegetarisch
    October 20, 2012

    Hmmm…. for me this summer the bell pepper works very well on my balcony… but basil was more than tricky because my basil behaved more like a little diva ;)

    PS: Cool color combination with the green and the red you have chosen! I like it very much.

    • 1 big bite
      October 23, 2012

      Lucky you! I got one plant out of a whole package of seeds. But I won’t give up, next spring I’ll try again.

  2. Bean
    October 21, 2012

    Sieht klasse aus; von der Farbe ein bisschen wie Limettensaft. :-) Basilikum war dieses Jahr auch so ziemlich das einzige Kraut, das bei uns wuchs – bis auf die Lampionfrüchte, die den gesamten Garten übervölkern…

    • 1 big bite
      October 23, 2012

      Ja ne? Ziemlich schrille Farbe, ist aber etwas dunkler geworden nach ein paar Stunden. ;)

  3. Lynna
    October 21, 2012

    Oh wow, that`s pretty cool! I love the photos for this post!

    • 1 big bite
      October 23, 2012

      Thanks you and I am glad you stepped by!

  4. Sandy
    October 22, 2012

    Looks lovely, Eva and must be divine with a slice of fresh bread.
    My little basil from france is now fading away. He wants to go back to france, I guess (maybe we should go together)
    greets, Sandy

    • 1 big bite
      October 23, 2012

      Yes, basil oil, a piece of fresh bread and a sprinkle of good salt… very yummy!
      Well maybe your basil is not used to German weather. :)

  5. melissa
    November 19, 2012

    how long will the oil keep for once it is made?

    • 1 big bite
      November 19, 2012

      No ones knows exactly. :)
      Once I had mine for over two months and still good. Let’s say, I never had one gone bad!
      Due to the boiling, you can keep it longer than just infused oils.

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