Meanwhile, we had parsley growing under the fence from next door anyway that we would regularly pull through and pick for midnight spaghetti.
This rogue parsley has spread, big time. Today I decided we needed to harvest this volunteering herb before the maintenance guy comes and sprays, as he tends to once in a while.
I was thinking of making parsley and peanut pesto (recommended by a friend). Has anyone else got any other ideas of what to do with this much (already picked) parsley?
It's times like these that I am amazed at the miracle of growth. How do farmers do it? How do they put their trust for their livelihood into the ground that they work? Amazing.