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I enjoy taking walks. And whenever I happen to see dog roses, it makes me happy. I can‘t imagine anything more relaxing than sitting in the sand next to a bunch of dog roses and listening to the bees buzzing through the sunshine. On our last vacation we went to Denmark, and there are always lots of dog roses huddled between the dunes. They were brimming with rose hips, which are chock-full with vitamin C, and made remember that we used to collect them and make jam when I was little. So, this recipe is next on my kitchen „play list“, if I manage to find enough rose hips.
paan are betel leaves which are commonly consumed in South East Asia. People eat it areca nut but there’s also a version that’s popular as a mouth freshener/sweetener/palate cleanser. It’s called meetha paan (sweet paan). This refreshing ice cream has all the flavors of meetha paan and is so refreshing on a hot day. And the best part? It’s surprisingly easy to make in 10 minutes.
Originally made for SCAD Illustration.
I can't wait for May when the fragrance of elderflowers lies in the air and the wild roses begin to bloom! You know Spring has come, and it's time for this deliciously pink jelly made of wild rose petals and elderflowers. A big family favorite!
This rose petal vinegar is super easy to make. It will keep at least a year, although the color is most intense during the first few months. In addition to using it in a vinaigrette, you can add a few drops to your bathwater, soothe bug bites or relieve the pain of sunburn.
Eastern Redbud Smoothie for the Edible Flowers Challenge
This watercolor and digital recipe is inspired by the Eastern Redbud tree right outside my window. This tree's beautiful pink blooms have a light, acidic flavor that lends a floral freshness to a classic strawberry banana smoothie.