We’re Sowing the Seeds of Summer Crops
Creative chefs from all around the globe are using edible flowers in their soups and stews, salads, desserts, candies, flavored oils, vinaigrettes, drinks and much more. At the Culinary Vegetable Institute, our team uses them in tinctures and bitters to create unique cocktails and mocktails. And, although usage of these flowers is clearly experiencing a well-deserved surge in popularity, culinary flowers have been used for centuries.
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If you grew up during the 1950s, 60s or 70s, there’s a very good chance that, on hectic nights, you were served a frozen dinner or two. These single-serving-sized dinners were packaged in plastic and foil, compartmentalized to separate the mystery meat from the gravy-glopped potatoes from the mushy vegetables. Buy them in bulk. Put them in your freezer.
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Edible Flowers Put Joy and Love on the Plate