Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Rhubarb-Vanilla syrup can be used in cocktails, to sweeten tea or lemonade, to glaze a chicken and so much more! Can it up so you always have some at the ready! Makes a great hostess gift too.
One batch of ridiculously easy rhubarb cordial turns into three summer drinks. Perfect for warm evenings on the front porch.
Strawberry rhubarb simple syrup for DIY sodas and cocktails! Plus, ways to use an ice cube tray to preserve and stash your syrup.
To stretch your preserving dollar - use the same rhubarb twice in one go.
My recipe for rhubarb syrup that uses less sugar than what seems to be standard.
Rhubarb syrup with preserved lemons.
It is grey in Vancouver at the moment – much like it is every year in early June – and instead of moping about it I have devised the perfect recipe for bottling sunshine!
Refreshing rhubarb syrup with a bite, that is perfect when stirred into a tall glass of bubble water, or a bit of tequila.
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.
Got gin? (Or tequlla, or ok, carbonated water then) make this!
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