Light and refreshing, this cocktail is dangerously delicious. You could easily sit down and sip these all day long. Herbalicious syrup by Pink House Alchemy pairs perfectly with the sweet/tart flavors of Meyer lemon. This unforgettable syrup is a magical combination of garden grown lavender, mint, rosemary and thyme and simple syrup. It's like they bottled the taste of spring. It works wonders in cocktails but you can use it to substitute for sugar in many recipes. Try our Meyer Lemon Herbalicious Sorbet.
If Meyers aren't available any lemon will do but you may need to add more herbalicious to balance the tartness. It works equally well without the vodka for a mocktail, or with Gin instead of Vodka.
This beloved Italian classic is a testament to the country's artful simplicity in the kitchen. As we delve into this cherished recipe, we'll honor the time-honored traditions of Italian cuisine by starting with dried cranberry beans, which infuse the dish with unparalleled depth of flavor and an exquisite, creamy texture.
In the Basque region of France they don't soak their signature Tolosa beans, they slowly braise them with just water, salt and olive oil. Time and heat to transform even the dense beans from dry to creamy masterpieces. This method works just as well for all heirloom beans! Read more about my bean braising experiments...