A fusion of old world and new world ingredients. It was tempting to want to add more lavender, but as you know, a little goes a <<<long>>> way. Therefore, my suggestion would be to add more lavender: at your own risk. Shhh! Don't mention the secret ingredient unless you're pressured... Inspiration from auntiequate.com; my homebrewed version.
A pleasantly refreshing, calming & restorative drink with an exquisite flavour. It's ideal on a hot summer's day, and is delicious when mixed with sparkling water or, even champagne/sparkling wine! Make sure the lavender has not been sprayed with insecticides and rinse gently under cold running water (to dislodge any insects) before use. Alternatively you can buy culinary lavender from herbalists or specialist shops.
This dish was named after the town by the same name. Lovely side dish that is quick and easy to put together. This can also be made with parsnips. The cooking time is variable....just cook until they are the way you like them.
Plantains are a member of the banana family, but catch them a little before they are ripe and they become a kid pleasing savory snack similar to French Fries.
My 8 year old loved these, so we were pleasantly surprised when she gobbled them up.
My daughter likes these sans sauce, but my Husband and I love them with Recipe #356610
This recipe is from Family Fun Magazine.
Don't let all the steps scare you, they are very easy to make!
Our own Auberge de la Fontaine Lavender Pancakes - these are made with home-grown organic lavender flowers from our garden here in SW France, where we often serve them for breakfast! They also make a very elegant dessert when served with cream and fruit - I sometimes serve them with Recipe #241775. If you cannot get hold of culinary lavender, these pancakes are just fine if served with the lavender honey, butter and/or cream and fresh fruit.