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7 Simple Recipes For Preserving Edible Flowers

TreeHugger-preserving edible flowers

This honeysuckle jelly tastes just like the blossoms I remember as a child – absolutely delicious. #TaylorMadeRanch

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Video: How to Make Ravioli

How to Make Ravioli Tutorial complete with 3 filling recipes and a short video! Hint to self, I need a pasta maker.

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Italian Almond Cookies

Italian almond cookie recipe

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Rose Petal Jelly

Rose jelly is sweet and floral, and is lovely on buttered bread. Make it with roses you grow yourself to be sure they're chemical free. You will need liquid pectin (to thicken the jelly) and rose water for flavor. These are available in most supermarkets. Refrigerate the jelly in jars for up to six months, or can it to enjoy the scent and flavor of roses year-round.

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Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

Honeysuckle Simple Syrup - I've got a bunch of honeysuckle bushes at the beach and I may have to try this!

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Fresh Ginger Syrup

Fresh ginger syrup recipe

Jelly Crystal

Jelly Crystal

Jelly Crystal

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Rosemary Jelly

Rosemary Jelly Recipe

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Candy Apple Jelly

Candy Apple Jelly: 4 cups apple juice 1/2 cup red-hot candies 1 package (1-3/4 ounces) powdered fruit pectin 4-1/2 cups sugar

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How to make Wine Jelly

How to make Wine Jelly ♦ You can use any type of wine - red, white or rose, and it can be sweet or dry. If you like to drink it, you can use it in a jelly.