Bay Leaves Fragrant and Ready

Boiled and braised dishes call for one or two bay leaves, and add several more when roasting. In Southern California, fresh trees are aplenty. Here's a rundown of the two types, one native and one Mediterranean. ...
... So many things in recipes are optional. But if you live in Southern California, and you lack that bay leaf for a soup, stew or roast, it's almost criminal to cook without it.
This is the one place in North America with a Mediterranean climate. As such, we have fresh bay leaves attached to actual bay trees, ...
Read the full article: Add fresh bay leaves to recipes for aromatic appeal; by Emily Green, The Los Angeles Times




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