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Aromatic sage does double-duty
Most people think of sage strictly as a seasoning for poultry stuffing, or perhaps sausage, but this delicious herb pairs well with many vegetables and starches. Sage is especially good with beans, as in this hearty soup, where it does double-duty: flavoring the beans as they cook and then topping the finished soup as a crispy garnish.
By Kay Stepkin, Special to Tribune Newspapers
March 2, 2013