Posts tagged edible flowers
Roasted Carrots & Carrot Top Pesto

 It is gratifying to to cook root-to-leaf and it showcases unimagined flavor possibilities. Roasting root vegetables such as carrots at high heat and serving them topped with their own gorgeous greens, these roasted carrots, inspired by Diva Bakes, a café in Kinsale, Ireland, are good for the earth, beautiful to look at, and good for you.

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Blueberry Cassis Galette

A specialty of Burgundy, France, crème de cassis is a blackcurrant liqueur made from crushed woodland blackcurrants that are mixed with sugar and left to infuse in a neutral tasting spirit such as vodka. Natural companions, think of blueberries and cassis as the melody and harmony in this not too tart, just sweet enough galette.

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Quattro Formaggi Zucchini Blossoms

Eaten like a vegetable, zucchini is really an easy going, easy to grow in the garden fruit. Only the female flowers produce the attached squash, so if growing larger zucchini is the goal, pluck only the male flowers (easy to identify by the single long stamen hidden inside--the females have a short balled cluster stamen). Once the food of peasants, these edible flowers are today's easy to prepare haute cuisine. Go ahead plant some vines and feast on flowers!

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