Here’s a tip that we found in a July 2007 Gourmet magazine. Plus a recipe for Apple Butter!
‘Figs and cinnamon: Doesn’t that just call out “fall’s here!” to you’, exclaims Michael Dietsch in his book ‘Shrubs: An Old-Fashioned Drink for Modern Times’ where this recipe comes from.
Michael Dietsch shares this recipe in his book Shrubs: An Old-Fashioned Drink for Modern Times. It is an all-year round drink but is especially lovely to serve at Christmas.
‘I can usually smell lavender before I see it’, says Michael Dietsch, the author of Shrubs: An Old-Fashioned Drink for Modern Times where this recipe comes from.
It’s the eternal question for Chinese food lovers: what do you drink with Chinese food, especially when the dishes are spicy?
Middle eastern restaurants serve mint tea with a meal as a matter of course because it is an aid to digestion. Serve it in dainty little glasses – you’ll pick some up quite cheaply in IKEA. If you don’t own a teapot, make it in a saucepan instead.