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Homemade Sriracha

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A few years ago I came up with this Homemade Sriracha Sauce to deal with a surplus of peppers in the garden.  Steven, my Step Son, loves it so now I make sure to plant enough peppers to make a few batches. He tends to drink the stuff so by…

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Cranberry Ginger Syrup

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This Cranberry Ginger Syrup is the base of many holiday cocktails.  We mix it with vodka, gin, make a martini, a mimosa and it is an awesome margarita with lime and some green salt around the rim. Sparkling water for a festive non alcoholic option.  The cocktails are a pretty…

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Elderberry-Ginger Syrup

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I am so grateful to find Norm’s Farms Elderberry products.  This Elderberry-Ginger Syrup has become one of my go to immune boosters.  There are so many uses for this syrup.  Some of my favorite recipes are: Hot Tea: add 1/4 Cup of Elderberry-Ginger syrup to 4 oz hot water and a…

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Franny’s Pickled Peppers

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I discovered this recipe in Franny’s Cookbook and it’s a wonderful way to preserve the surplus of peppers from the garden.  I use a mix of peppers, whatever is ripe in the garden at the time. Sometimes they are red, sometimes green, sometimes a mix.  I grow jalapeño’s, poblano’s,  banana…

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