Pregnant with her 3rd child, Liz needed to bring something festive to drink for two upcoming parties. She decided on mocktails! With some fresh rhubarb, citrus & her freezer-bounty of berries, she created 3 Soda Syrups:Rhubarb, Honey-Citrus & Berry.
Spicy. Sweet. Tangy. Pickled. Oooh, these are so fabulous. This is a bit of an unusual pickling recipe but it delivers an amazingly tangy, sweet and spicy pickled pepper ring that complements any soup, salad, side dish or meat entree.
Although everyone has their own idea of what the perfect marmalade might be, I wanted to create a sort of master marmalade recipe that you could change up at will and still have lovely marmalade...so after lots of testing... by george, it worked!
Some say the clementine was developed in Algeria by Father Clement Rodier,a French missionary,in Algeria. Cardamom plays an important role in Algerian sweets; paired with star anise in gingery honey syrup, this recipe produces an irresistible aroma.
Compote is a dessert originating from 17th century France made of fruit preserved in syrup. The fruit is gently cooked in water or spirits with sugar and spices. I used black cherries in this batch but any sweet or sour cherry will DO.