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Harissa is a spicy red pepper sauce commonly used in North African cuisine. It's easy to make and has become my new favorite condiment. Full of flavor and spice, you can use it on practically anything!
I enjoy making my own concoctions at home. Infusions are very easy to make as you simply combine ingredients in a jar and let it sit for a while. I came across this post and couldn’t resist trying out a raspberry infused vinegar.
Kimchi fried rice is a weekly staple at my house. It’s quick, easy and delicious. We can’t get enough of the spicy, aromatic fermented cabbage. We love it as a side dish to any Asian-faire food and even with eggs for breakfast!
Pickled onions are one of my favorite toppings for fish tacos, sandwiches, salads and more. I love their pink color and sweet pickled flavor with a hint of spice. Pickled onions are very easy to make at home and they’re a quick pickle!
The pineapple tomatillo (ie. ground cherry)- they grow much like a regular tomatillo in that they form lantern husks with the fruit inside. They’re about the size of a cherry tomato and taste sweet, much like pineapple.
The Sparkling Lavender Lemonade was quite easy to make. I used leftover lemonade syrup from the Lemon Shandies I made recently along with homemade lavender simple syrup. Both of these syrups turned out delicious!