Here’s a recipe for lilac flavored jelly, so you can enjoy the taste of spring year round.
Here’s an easy way to make a lilac flavored syrup that can be used like any other simple syrup in recipes, drinks, etc.
While researching edible flowers, I came across some uses for fresh lilacs. Since my lilacs are in full bloom this week, I went straight to work. Lilac season won’t last much longer!
Here’s an easy way to make a lilac infused honey that can be used just like regular honey in recipes, drinks, etc. It makes a great gift, too!
Lilac sugar is a fragrant and flavorful twist on regular sugar, and can be used just like regular sugar anywhere: either with the blossoms or without.
Who knew lilacs were edible? I certainly didn’t. And what great timing to discover these culinary uses the same week they are in full bloom!
Here’s an interesting twist on a Mexican favorite: chicken enchiladas. Or is it an interesting twist on Italian pasta? Either way, it is easy, delicious, and a great way to use leftover chicken!
Warning: after using this easy technique to make your own fresh ricotta cheese, you will never want to go back to those supermarket brands in plastic tubs. In fact, you ,may find yourself scouring cookbooks and the internet for recipes to find new ways to use ricotta cheese.
Dates: they’re not just for Date Bread any more. Here’s a great way to use fresh dates while they are in season. The combination of the piquant bleu cheese, the salty prosciutto, and the sweet, caramel-like flavor of the dates is amazing.
Pizza for breakfast? But of course! And I’m not talking about the college version of pizza for breakfast, where you eat whatever is dried out and still left in the box on the floor from a late-night delivery the night before. This is the real deal.