Give Summer one last hurrah with Ricotta Stuffed Squash Blossoms. These edible flowers turn into the perfect antipasto when stuffed and fried!
Spruce up your table decor or desserts with simple sugared flowers easily made with edible spring blossoms.
Check out these tips from mixologist Jennifer Martiesian on how to successfully add just the right amount of floral notes to your cocktails.
What better way to celebrate the season than with bright edible flowers. Top the pesto pasta with spicy nasturtiums or lemon verbena blossoms and leaves.
Not only are edible flowers beautiful, but they can also add fun flavors and intrigue to an otherwise simple dish. Check out these recipes and learn what blossoms to feature this summer.
Thanksgiving is an occasion to practice gratitude in your heart and creativity in your kitchen. While planning your menu, decorate with edible materials.
Fresh peas and beans are blanched for vivid color and laid on lemon cream with a hint of mint. The delicate flavors work together for a refreshing dish.
A marshmallowy, crispy meringue topped with vanilla cream. Add vibrant, tart pomegranate seeds and fresh flowers and you are ready to celebrate anything.
You can make these dried pineapple flowers one or two days ahead and decorate them on cupcakes or birthday cakes to impress your friends.
Ruby Moukli with the cupcake you need to serve mother this Mother’s Day.
Curiosity and knowledge is vital when you are foraging for food, around the city, in the mountains or deep in the forest you can come across edible flora.