You've got your iced tea and your herbal tea. Why not iced herbs?
Everyone knows that fresh herbs pack a more flavorful punch than their dried counterparts. To help your dishes explode with a bit of garden freshness even when the garden is done, preserve herbs by freezing them.
It's easy. Harvest herbs, rinse or soak them to clean, remove large stems then chop. Pack in freezer bags or other containers.
I like to firmly pack herbs into ice cube trays, then add just enough water to cover. Once frozen, remove from trays and store in freezer bags. Be sure to label -- all those frozen green cubes look alike!
A tablespoon of herbs fits into an ice cube tray compartment. Already chopped, already measured -- what could be easier? If you're adding herbs to soups, stews, risottos, etc., no thawing is required. Allow to thaw if adding to bread recipes and the like so herbs are not clumped together.