Do you love roses? I do. Old style roses that look like cabbages, 5-petal wild-style roses, exhibition tea roses, a-bunch-on-a-stem floribundas, I like them all. They make my yard beautiful, grow easily, and roses look great in the house.
But, other than looking at them and growing them, I don't do much with them. Take a look for an interesting article along with some really great ideas about roses in cooking at Saveur Magazine, “Why—And How—You Should Incorporate Roses In Your Diet” : https://www.saveur.com/cooking-with-roses?CMPID=ene081618
How about some Rose Butter? Or maybe some fragrant rose honey—what a treat that would be in some hot tea on a cold winter's morning!
---And use your most fragrant petals to try some Rose Vinegar: https://www.saveur.com/rose-vinegar-recipe
Pass the word around--
There is a FREE Public class next week, and if you attend, not only will you learn, but you will be fed lunch also!
The class Lunch and Learn is about pie fillings and what to do with them--sounds good to me!
Reserve your place TODAY! The class should be great:
WHAT: Lunch and learn: Pie Fillings and what to do with them.
Where: County Demonstration Kitchen
777 East Rialto Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
When: Wednesday, September 12, 2018
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Reserve place here: CALL: (909) 387-2194
OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up NOW!
--And here's a link to a greatm, easy, Pie Filling recipe I wrote about in August: Frozen Treat, But Not Ice Cream: A Cool Reason to Can Pie Filling
Get some spicy, tasty goodness in your canning, cooking and eating. There are a lot of things to eat that can enhance your meals. Our "Spice It Up" class is coming up. Make sure you sign up and don't miss it!
- Author: L. Watts
Here it is, just in time for to use that stuff from the garden, farmer's market, next-door-neighbor. . . We hope to see you there.