Shrub-a-shrub-shrub, this will make gin from a tub…taste delicious.
However you celebrate those valentines in your life — I hope you enjoy all the love and sweetness that surrounds you.
Strawberry season has arrived! Add in a few pantry staples and dessert is served.
With guests coming into town and a bowl of stone fruit on hand, I decided to adapt this very forgiving strawberry cake recipe, I freelanced this time with donut peaches and plums.
I’m quite happy with my plump and juicy garden strawberries. Here’s a round up of some of my favorite ways to enjoying these summertime gems.
Strawberries with sour cream and brown sugar is a second-generation dessert close to my heart.
These simple, sweet treats were prepared with things I hand on hand, aside from my farmers market strawberries.
Strawberry Rhubarb pie — it’s a classic. A quintessential late spring/early summer seasonal pie combination that’s the perfect way to use up all the delicious fruit that’s flooding my garden right now.
Hollye was starting to whip up a fantastic French dessert, a flaugnarde (don’t ask me how to pronounce that correctly), and she kindly agreed to share the recipe. It’s absolutely delicious and perfect for entertaining: a total crowd pleaser that is seasonal, tasty, and nearly effortless to make.
Simply cut off the stem of the strawberry and plop them whole into a pot on medium high heat with the sugar and lemon juice.