Monthly Archives: March 2015

Edible Flowers

Food fads come and go, but one is likely to stand the test of time: edible flowers are increasingly making their way onto menus. Though diners may be shocked at the idea of deep-fried daylilies, our ancestors often looked to the flower garden for seasonings and side dishes. The most common ways to use flowers in cooking are to add them to salads, brew them in tea or to decorate desserts. However, because flowers have such a range of flavors, the only limit is your imagination: chop them up and roll them into savory pasta dough or sprinkle them over a

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The First of Many….

Abbotsford has its first Craft Beer Brewery – I checked it out on its opening weekend. The people were great and the beers were remarkable. We tasted the four craft beers that they had on tap.  They bottle a wide range of premium and ultra-premium bottled conditioned beer with a focus on Belgian style. In the tasting room they brew every style known to man plus a few more. Twenty-four beers will be on tap so I am sure that you will find a beer that you will enjoy. The man in the picture is Tony DeWald, we were fortunate

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