Thyme flower liqueur is traditional to the south of France, where it is served as a digestif and also used to relieve sore throats and congested coughs. It can be sipped neat, on the rocks, or used in cocktails and desserts.
Blueberries are great candidates for jam-making because of their high level of pectin; lemon and thyme make them burst with flavor. This recipe comes to us from Karen Solomon, author of Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It.
This sauce adds a fresh, light quality to any dish you serve it with and is so loaded with nutrients it should be considered a super-food level condiment. It's great with rice + beans, eggs, couscous, pasta, and grilled meats. Try it out!