Fennel is one of those herbs that, once you discover it, you wonder where it has been all your life. Fresh, crisp and clean, the fennel plant has SO much to offer. It is great caramelized or just braised in white wine like this recipe.
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
There’s a certain elegance that lavender brings to almost any dish. I displayed this before with my Honey-Lavender Stuffed Strawberries and and had been wanting to rework that combo for a while. Well, I did. Check out these amazing popsicles!
These Green Tea, Basil and Meyer Lemon Popsicles are fresh and tangy, kinda like an Arnold Palmer, but with healthy green tea.
I love a seasonal sangria. The way I see it, it’s just another wine pairing. Right? Since it is Christmas time, I wanted this one to not only resemble the holiday flavors but also the colors. Enter this cranberry and rosemary sangria!
Not only is this baked risotto easy to prepare, but it is so hearty and versatile but probably illegal in Italy and some parts of New York. That’s okay, because this orange and vanilla bean risotto is delicious and worth a little hard time.
Fresh fennel is not only tasty but the plant’s bulb is high in Vitamin C and fiber. This video shows you how to pick out the freshest fennel available.
Love mojitos? Try this unusual version that is made using fresh lavender. This recipe is by the girl & the fig.
This recipe is divine. The lavender and honey cream cheese brighten the strawberry’s more tart notes and just makes a lush, simple and scrumptious dessert. What better way to welcome spring?
Spicy, sweet and ready to party! That is one way to describe this hand-crafted Jalapeño and Cilantro Margarita recipe from Medlock Ames.
Fresh, fuzzy and oh so sweet. What is not to love about peaches? Now that you know how to buy a peach and how to store a peach, let’s get to eating them!
Fennel is not only tasty but high in Vitamin C and fiber. The plant’s bulb can be used in a variety of ways. It is perfect caramelized, on pizza, in a soup, over a salad or braised. Once you learn how to cut it properly, you will be adding fennel to everything!