So you want to make your own delicious pork casserole? Great! Pork casseroles are a quick, easy way to fill up your family and friends, and they're also a delicious way to use up some of those extra herbs from your garden. So if you've got an overabundance of thyme, rosemary, or sage in the backyard, we've got 3 tips for getting those herbs into your pork casserole so you can use them up fast.1) When using fresh herbs, make sure the leaves are dry before adding them to your dish. If they're still wet from watering or rain, they'll take longer to cook and you might not like the taste. You don't want soggy herbs!2) Don't add too many different kinds of fresh herbs to one casserole—all those flavors can overwhelm each other and get lost in the meat. Stick with just one kind of fresh herb for each casserole.3) When making a pork casserole with dried herbs, add them toward the beginning of cooking time so that they have time to release their flavor into the meat mixture.