Dill Garlic Butter:

Dill is a wonderful herb, fresh, dried or as seed. It has a unique, yet mild flavor for enhancing a wide variety of dishes. Chop fresh dill into a variety of chilled salads, such as pasta, potato or tuna. You can make your own dill garlic butter. Melt butter over a low flame. Saute garlic, and add finely chopped dill and continue to saute for another couple minutes. You can pour over potatoes or other cooked vegetables. With a splash of lemon it makes an excellent sauce for broiled or baked fish. Fresh dill is best used ASAP, for short term storage wrap dill in a damp towel or place upright in a container with an inch of water in the refrigerator. If you would like to store dill in the long term you can dry it.