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Grenadine is a commonplace (though often misunderstood) classic bar syrup. Although store-bought versions are usually bright red and artificially flavored, true grenadine is just a simple sweet and sour pomegranate syrup. What is in grenadine? Grenadine gets its name from the French word for pomegranate, grenade. The syrup is traditionally made by mixing pomegranate juice …

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Lilac syrup adds a beautiful floral flavor to lemonades, teas, cocktails, mocktails, and other recipes. Although lilac season is incredibly short, you can keep the gorgeous scent of spring a little longer through this lilac simple syrup. And if you want it to last even longer, try making a lilac liqueur. When are lilacs in …

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It’s been a long, cold winter and the bright yellow blossoms of our forsythia bushes are an incredibly welcome sight to see. We actually had more snow last week, but somehow new life is beginning to emerge, the first signs of Spring peeking through the gray-brown New Hampshire landscape. I’ve been really interested in wild edible plants recently, and specifically, local, New England-native edible flowers I can forage for.

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