Leave your garden for a week and you return to a garden spilling over with the bounty of summer. Grab a basket and capture the taste of summer.
Fill your basket with basil.
Grab some garlic.
Put on the soaring music of Summer from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
Now whip up a few jars of Basil Pesto, or in this recipe Pistou – basil pesto without the nuts. The word pistou comes from the Latin word pestare, which means “to crush”. Click on PISTOU and you’ll have this French version of basil pesto.