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Euonymous | May 24, 200708:48 PM     56

As the result of a serious gardening mistake, which I really should have known better than to have made, I now have an entire raised bed, about 5 ft. by 3 ft., of flourishing mint. I need to get rid of it so that I can grow some actual vegetables, but I don't know how to use it in such quantity. There are only so many juleps a girl can drink, and I can't imagine throwing it away.

BTW, ice cream is out of the question as I have neither an ice cream maker nor room in the freezer to store it.

Thanks for your ideas, chowcooks!

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