Honey Apricots With Pineapple Sage Financiers & Some Farmers Market Fare...Plus, An Awesome Macarons & Photo Workshop!
When we dropped our friend J. at the airport yesterday, it felt a little like dropping off your kid to camp. Mind you the kid has just tur...
Red Grapefruit + Pineapple Sage Cordial
Holy cow. This is so much better than I ever thought it would be! I'm drinking it now mixed with sparkling water and it's wonderful. Would be great with a bit of vodka as a cocktail. I used this citrus cordial recipe, flavoring it with a bunch of pineapple sage I grew over the summer and dried. It's a wonderful combination. I've got bags of chopped rhubarb in the freezer and am now on the hunt for an herb that will go nicely with it.
5 herbs to grow for summer cocktails plus recipes - UrbanFarmOnline.com
5 Herbs to Grow for Summer Cocktails (Recipes Included!) Reap the rewards of your hard work in the garden by sipping on these herb-inspired drinks. By Lisa Steele Summer heralds an abundance of fresh herbs in the garden, and what better way to use some of your excess harvest than in refreshing summer cocktails? Herbs …
Pineapple Sage Goat Cheese Recipe | Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine
Edible pineapple sage flowers. Every year I plant pineapple sage as it flowers late in the summer, when the garden is looking tired and bereft of floral cheer. The crimson blooms attract hummingbirds. Salvia elegans, Lamiaceae.
Here's why you should grow pineapple sage: It's easy! It smells wonderful. It blooms in the fall. The blooms are bright red. The leaves are bright green. The flowers (and everything else) are edible. It tastes good. It is pretty in arrangements. It dries to an olive green color which is nice in potpourri and crafts. Hummingbirds love it. You can do all sorts of things with it. Just check out the many links below; they're all good, I promise! ~*~ Pineapple sage (Salvia elegans, syn. Salvia…
Garden Themed Drink Recipies
Pineapple Sage: It’s Not Just for Hummingbirds! Here’s a drink with a new and unusual ingredient: Combier Kummel, a modern version of a traditional caraway, cumin, and fennel-flavored herbal liqueur. If you don’t have kummel and can’t get it, I’ll let you in on a little secret: tequila and pineapple are amazing togethe