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    This recipe comes from the Sawmill Lavender Farm in Oregon. I like to serve the pound cake in the summertime with a pitcher of iced tea that includes lemon verbena leaves!

    Recipe #114485

    Years ago, I copied this out of a cookbook I had borrowed from the library called "The New Carry-Out Cuisine" and recently found it again. "Herbes de Provence" is a French herbal blend that contains lavender. If you like a little extra crunch, you may add some homemade croutons or sunflower seeds or sliced almonds as an additional garnish. I poach the chicken the evening before and let them chill overnight. You can use leftover roasted chicken or turkey if you prefer - just make sure you have enough to equal about 3/4 cup meat per serving. Prep time assumes you are starting with already cooked & chilled poultry. Cook time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #56390

    From the Herb Companion..Scones are delightful whether served for breakfast, as a snack or even for dessert, but they’re exceptionally delicious when laced with lavender and topped with an apricot glaze.

    Recipe #172252

    This recipe comes from Herb Companion magazine. Lavender scones made a lovely, exotic treat with herbal tea on a winter afternoon. They pair well with apricot jam, clotted cream, lemon curd, or cream cheese. Enjoy!

    Recipe #145381

    When I was back home in England recently, I visited a local lavender farm called Wold's Way Lavender in North Yorkshire; we had tea and these delicious lavender scones in their delightful little tea room; this is my attempt to recreate those scones - using some of my home-grown culinary lavender from the garden here in France! I have made them several times now and they have turned out just as I remembered them, especially good if split whilst still warm, buttered and spread with lavender honey or lavender-infused cream! Just a note of interest......lavender was often used during Tudor and Elizabethan times in the preparation of a wide variety of dishes and was a particular favourite of Queen Elizabeth I. The palace gardeners were required to have lavender flowers available at all times which were used to make Conserve of Lavender (a mixture of lavender flowers and sugar) and sweet lavender tisane, a drink made with lavender flowers, boiling water and honey.

    Recipe #235618

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is wonderful just to open and sniff! I made four jars one with lavender and sugar put into my vita mix to make into lavender powdered sugar(Which is nice if you don't want lavender buds in your baking. Or to add to a cup of comforting tea), then jarred two with lavender and the fourth I put in a vanilla bean. Can be used in cake or cookie mixes, a cup of tea, in a frosting or glaze, salad dressing or just take a sniff every now and again! A great way to make the summer stay a little longer! I also made lavender jelly with it! Makes a great gift.

    Recipe #101039

    I noticed very few recipes here on Zaar which use edible lavender so I decided to find some really good ones and post them! I didn't even know you could EAT lavender until I read Rita L's page long ago. Now I notice that one of my FAVE restaurants uses it! brazosbelle.com This recipe is from GreenEmporium.com

    Recipe #162670

    This is the first recipe I've come across with lavender and lime in combination. From jardindusoleil.com. Refreshing!

    Recipe #168680

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Soothing cookies!

    Recipe #63381

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chocolate is soothing then you add lavender and you're in Heaven.

    Recipe #172465

    This makes 6 individual flans. The custard of these flans can be made a day in advanced. From the recipe files of the CIA: Culinary Institute of America. Prep and cook time does not include time to allow the custard come to room temp.

    Recipe #204447

    A hint of lavender plus the yummy flavor of blueberries! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #180570

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Use to Drizzle down a cake or cookies. The cook time is the infusing time. This is great on cookies for ones that are ill. Because lavender is known for it's relaxing quality! Your choice to sift out the flowers or leave them in. You can top the icing with fresh buds as a garnish.

    Recipe #65210

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    Ridiculously simple preparation with incredibly elegant flavor. Like a vacation to a slower, more gentle time. Just picture yourself on the porch of an old Victorian mansion. This cake is lovely with a cup of tea, or some lavender lemonade.

    Recipe #194903

    4 Reviews |  By Kree

    I'm posting this for my mother, who adores anything lavender. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds delicious and refreshing.

    Recipe #93440

    Lavender ice cream's fragrance simply encapsulates summer. This ice cream is quite divine, and best served with raspberries and toasted nuts... or just on its own!

    Recipe #65749

    Outta Sight! Healthy, reduced fat, and unbelievably tasty! I served these at a family brunch and they were received quite well. If omitting the fruit, add nuts for textural stimulation. These would be great at Easter Brunch or in late summer when blueberries and lavender are in season. Recipe adapted from jemangelaville.com recipe

    Recipe #182073

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Store in in the fridge for up to 1 week. A nice marinade for fish or chicken.

    Recipe #173248

    Recipe #198410

    From the Lavender Fields' Farm in Valley Center, California.

    Recipe #166597

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