syrup

Make A Jewel-Toned Honey With Two Ingredients

Make A Jewel-Toned Honey With Two Ingredients

I am a fierce and unapologetic defender of beige food—always have been, always will be—but even I will admit that a pop of cheery colour can make a meal, snack, or beverage more enjoyable. If that pop of colour happens comes in the form of a tart and sweet berry-infused…

Make No-Cook Fruit Syrups With Peels, Stems And Pits

Make No-Cook Fruit Syrups With Peels, Stems And Pits

When it comes to fruit, it’s the flesh people want, but that flesh often clings to stems, pits, and peels, and tossing those bits means you’re tossing out flavour. Lucky for us, Queen of Sweets Stella Parks has a solution: Use these supposed scraps to make vibrant no-cook syrups.

Make A Cocktail Syrup Out Of Inedible Thyme Stems

Make A Cocktail Syrup Out Of Inedible Thyme Stems

One can never have too much thyme, but I often find myself with a lot of leftover thyme stems. These woody, inedible, but still fragrant little plant parts may seem unusable, but you can reclaim every bit of your thyme by using them to flavour cocktail syrup.