Perhaps you already know the Greek mythological story of how the goddess Persephone was tricked into staying in the underworld by the god Hades by being tempted with pomegranate. Honestly, I can’t blame her.Continue reading Pomegranate Molasses & Syrup (Grenadine)
Today is cold, wet, windy, grey, and dismal. It’s glorious.Continue reading Mulled Wine (Spiced Wine)
Plums are liars. Okay, not all plums lie, but when they do it’s really bad, but it’s nothing that booze and sugar can’t fix. Well, at least in this case.
If you have ever eaten a Greek or Middle Eastern sweet with a floral flavor you couldn’t quite pin your finger on, it was likely flavored with rose. Yes, like the ones in your garden.
You know the old saying that good things come to those that wait? This is a really good thing worth waiting for! (It may not be that long of a wait, either!)
Hot cider and tea are nice touches for cold nights, but sometimes you want a little something more. A little somethin’-somethin’. You know. Booze.
There are a few things that can be used to preserve food: salt, sugar, and dehydration. And booze. Ohhh yeah.