We have a rosemary bush planted beneath the dryer vent. The warm, carbon-dioxide filled air keeps it green and growing all year. What started as a little seedling has grown to gigantic proportions. It has been encroaching upon our front door, so I decided to harvest it. It is impossible for one to eat this much rosemary. So, I dried it and in the coffee grinder turned it into a rich, green powder that I can use to season poultry and give away to culinary-minded foodie friends.
I have also begun harvesting the lemon balm and mint that is growing out of control! I hung an old hat-rack up in the kitchen to act as an herb-drying rack. It is working out nicely! When mixed with chamomile, catnip and a dollop of honey this herb combination makes a lovely tea.