Mint Infused Sugar is great as a topper for brownies, cakes, or pies heading into the oven. It adds a zip to your cocktails when you use it to rim your glass (julep, anyone?), or you can stir it into your tea or coffee for a hint o'mint!
When I finished a Ginger Citrus Syrup and was left with delicious, sugar-infused ginger slices and citrus fruit peels, I couldn’t just waste all of that goodness! Easy as pie to dehydrate it and blend it to make a delicious seasoning salt!
Got a few kids to keep busy, or a lovely summer day with no plans? Pick a few handfuls of honeysuckle and make honeysuckle infused sugar. A great topping for cookies, or to sugar the rim of a cocktail glass!
Here’s a twist on the basic cabbage and salt recipe using apples and a daikon radish or two. The cabbage soaks up some of the sweet, tart flavor of the apples leaving a salty, sour, sweet fresh crunch that really rocks the palate!