Your Guide To Edible Flowers
“I must have flowers, always and always.” –Claude Monet Nothing says springtime in the south like the burst of colorful flowers that appear just as the weather gets warm. If you’re like me, then you love to bring a sampling of nature inside to brighten up your home after a long winter. What you may not know, is that
Flower Candy Recipes from Botanic Bakery in Brooklyn and Dutch model Kristel van Valkenhoefat
Grow flowers and eat them, too. Dutch model Kristel van Valkenhoef makes fanciful candy with botanical ingredients. Check out her Botanic Bakery.
Refreshing Violet Lemonade - Herbal Academy Blog
This refreshing violet lemonade recipe can be especially helpful for children, as they might resist a tincture but will happily drink lemonade!
Chamomile Lavender Mint Iced Tea
Super-soothing lavendar and chamomile make this caffeine-free, herbal iced tea recipe the ultimate in summer relaxation.
Peony Jelly Is the Coolest Thing to Happen to Summer
When your pink peonies start to fade, pick the petals and follow this delicious peony jelly recipe that's almost too pretty to eat... almost.
John seriously considered leaving this recipe out of the book, not because there is anything wrong with it, but because he didn t really want us to have it. His generous good nature has won through, however, so here it is. While he would maintain that this is the best hedgerow delight imaginable, the elderflowers could easily be replaced with Japanese rose petals. A further possibility would be to use rosehip syrup to make Turkish delight, adjusting the sugar and water amounts accordingly.
Edible Flower Tea Popsicles — Local Haven
Edible Flower Tea Popsicles Makes 10 Ingredients : 3 cups of water 4 bags of black tea ⅓ cup of honey (maple syrup would work great too) 1 pint of edible flowers, washed, and stems removed (*see notes) If the flower has more of a sturdier texture then I will remove the petals and use. Other
Homemade Herb Infused Vinegars
Herb infused vinegars are easy to make but they pack a big punch in the kitchen. Make them by simply pouring vinegar over a big handful of fresh herbs and
Old Fashioned Sweet Violet Syrup for Easter & Mothering Sunday Cakes & Bakes - Lavender and Lovage
Old Fashioned Sweet Violet Syrup for Easter & Mothering Sunday Cakes & Bakes It’s violets all the way……..I seem to have hundreds of these beautiful, highly scented flowers in my garden this year – they are delightful and make me smile when I open the front door. And to think that just two weeks ago...