Dandelion flowers are nutritious and delicious! High in vitamins, rich in calcium, good for the liver and urinary tract, the benefits of dandelion are many. Make a tonic tea, and then maybe a tasty syrup to use for months after the flowers are gone.
A simple little jelly made from an infusion of edible wildflowers foraged from my yard! Learn about edible flowers that you can use, and the recipe that made this a delightful taste of summer that I look forward to opening in the middle of winter.
Here’s a basic recipe to make a one gallon batch of blackberry mead! This is also known as a melomel, a mead made with fruit.
You can make your own Earl Grey Cordial – it is easy, and makes a wonderful gift to give a tea aficionado! A jar, a teabag or two, and a bit of booze is all you need to get started.
Queen Anne’s Lace Flowers are edible, did you know that? The jelly made from them tastes like a light floral lemonade, or grapefruit juice! It is excellent with a cup of tea and a toasted English muffin. Go foraging, and enjoy!
A delicious pancake recipe made even more hearty with the addition of fresh fruit, oatmeal and a bit of complementary spice! These are excellent with good butter and whipped cream, or a little bit of ginger citrus syrup.