This is an easy to make refreshing drink made from elderflowers. These start to make an appearance around June. Once made and bottled it can be frozen and used when required. I first made it with my children who helped to pick the flowers and then make the drink. They still enjoy it and is now an early summer ritual. It's nice as a gin mixer, or diluted with soda or sparkling water for a change. Can be made without the oranges and less lemon according to your preference.
A Nigerian coconut truffle that is a favourite with children of all ages.
This is a great base recipe, and meat eaters will never guess it's vegetarian!
Great for serving to children or designated drivers at Christmas time, New Year's Eve or parties.
"This flavourful barbecue sauce for ribs is just like the kind they serve at a famous restaurant in Montreal, Quebec, that has people lining up on the street any given night of the week. Don't' skip the lemon juice or cinnamon. Simmer the leftover sauce until sugar is completely dissolved and serve on the side for those who like their ribs dripping with flavour."
This is a Japanese recipe for an all-round dipping sauce. This is one serving - make as much as you need.
An exciting array of easily accessible ingredients is mixed together into a delicious sauce for a barbecue party! Beef, chicken, pork - whatever you're barbecuing, this sauce will bring out great flavours.
It's an astonishingly basic combination of ingredients that brings tantalizing flavour. Great on spare ribs or chicken.
This barbecue sauce goes beyond the usual concoction, deriving flavour from orange juice, red wine and lots of garlic. It's perfect on any cut of chicken.
My family loves to use raspberries or blackberries in this recipe. We love this vinegar on fresh, green salads - it makes a perfect vinaigrette. Prepare close to the time of use.