With just two ingredients, you can already come up with a good meal. I did. If you have some sausages, whatever kind they are (I used some lugànega), sandwich them in between some fresh sage leaves. You can't imagine how wonderful the smell is emanating from the kitchen. I didn't even know that sage can smell so great on the griddle (or on the grill if you are cooking outdoors). And what's also great is that not only would you smell it but you would also taste it in the sausages because each piece of meat is sandwiched in between these leaves.
Sage is one of my thriving potted plants that is so easy to maintain. If you have a sunny spot close to your kitchen, it's a good plant to keep. Along with the sage, I also have rosemary, chives, parsley, oregano, thyme, mint, bay trees and lemons. I have had these potted plants for years and they don't need so much special care, just a lot of sun. They are all so handy in cooking!
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