Three Things Thursday: DIY Soy Sauce, Tangerine Tea and Wensleydale with Cranberries

Once again it's Three Things Thursday, where I highlight three things that ran on the site recently that inspired, intrigued or impressed me. Here's this week's picks:

DIY Soy Sauce
DIY Soy Sauce
While hardly a trifle, it is possible to make your own soy sauce using this 19th-century technique, with a few modifications to accommodate modern conveniences and tools. And the soybean mash left over is a surprise bonus seasoning that sparks up a variety of foods.
Tangerine Tea
Tangerine Tea
This time of year, mandarins are like nature's candy. But don't discard those rinds. Dehydrate and crumble them, and mix with other spices for a perfectly refreshing tea.
Wensleydale with Cranberries
Wensleydale with Cranberries
Once you've gotten to a certain point of expertise in making cheese, you can start to experiment. Nic Cooks takes a classic Wensleydale and peppers it with cranberries to give it a little sweet-tart punch. Wallace and Grommit would approve.

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