You place water in a cookie baking sheet, spread over flowers and berries, then freeze to make awesome glacier ice to cool down and pretty up your drinks! Cook time is freeze time. To get more ideas on different flowers you can use go to http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=299955
To give these icy snacks a creamier sorbet-like texture, partially freeze the fruits before pureeing. Substitute other berries and fruit as you like, but always use some banana in each mixture for good consistency. I got this from Country Living(1992). Cook time is freezing time.
A cool way to use peaches, adapted from BH&G!
Peach seeds were carried all over the world. They grow best in warm temperate climates and were grown in Persia before being transported to Europe. Because the Romans thought that peaches came from Persia, they were given the botanical name prunus persica.
In 1629, peach seeds were ordered by the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony. It is believed that Spaniards brought peaches to the United States, Central and South America. The Spanish missionairies planted the first peach trees in California. Georgia grows peaches and they are popular all over the USA. They are also very popular in Australia.
Want to ensure juicy great tasting burgers for barbecuing? Try this! This is a basic recipe, actually more of a technique. Season with the rub to kick it up, or use your own. From Woman's Day magazine, they say to feed your friends and you'll get a reputation for the best burgers in town.
The combo of vegetables and pineapple in this easy stir-fry makes for a colorful sweet-and-sour dish. Fresh pineapple is best in this recipe; canned just doesn't taste as good. Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.