jaielyn wrote:1) I used to do food colored things sometimes when the boys were little, now they just think it is weird & kind of gross. I remember being home from school sick when I was about 7, the next door neighbor brought over green crepes for St. Patrick's day. I thought that was so cool & they were yummy! These days food coloring, green or otherwise, is reserved for baking. 2) it would depend on what you were making...you probably wouldn't want to put spinach in pancakes, but it would work in potatoes. 3) it would depend on why they were green. Lol. I love spinach, so that sounds yummy to me! 4) if I thought I could get away with it, I would...DH hates cauliflower & that wouldn't go over well at my house! Sounds good to me, though! 5) I use it in cooking more for color than flavor, but I am not one to garnish food. My dad always loved to munch on the parsley garnishes.
Parsley is a breath freshener, I would eat some if I had garlic or onions if it is avaiable.
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