COVID-19 Update: Our retail store in Napa has reduced hours. Please call (707) 778-1750 ext. 2 for the most up to date information.

We are processing online and wholesale orders. Our warehouse is closed to the public, and do not have order pickups available at our Petaluma Warehouse. Please call or email us if you have any questions. (707) 778-1750 ext. 1 •

Be Kind. Stay Safe.

Shopping Bag

You have no items in your shopping cart.


Crispy Fresh Sage Adds Crunch to This Salad

Here in the Napa Valley we’re lucky enough to have a year-round growing season for many culinary herbs, including sage. One small sage plant in your garden will quickly grow tall and wide, producing plenty of fresh leaves for you to pick at will.

Fresh sage leaves are thicker than most other garden herbs, which makes them easy to handle and fun to fry up in olive oil for a crunchy addition to salads.

They only need a couple of seconds in the hot pan, so we crisp one at a time to make sure none get burned.

Crispy sage goes beautifully with winter vegetables and beans, as in this salad we recently enjoyed: »» Lima Bean, Roasted Cauliflower and Crispy Sage Salad (recipe)