Edible flowers add extra layers of flavor and aroma to culinary dishes with intriguing variations among them. Some taste sweet, while others are sour. Some taste savory, while others are bitter. Some have an herbal flavor, while others are vegetal—and a few are essentially flavor-neutral with a more ornamental and textural purpose. No matter which of the edible flowers you use from The Chef’s Garden, though, they all add visual appeal and more to creative dishes.
Many Hands Make Light Work
Asking a first-time novice to scissor-snip a tote full of Chef’s Garden micro-arugula is like asking a kindergartner for a haircut the day before prom. Talk about pressure.