A huge virtue of homemade syrup is that, unlike the store-bought kind, it can taste much more like fruit than sugar. This blueberry syrup will last long enough to give as gifts during the holidays; simply transfer it into tall, pretty bottles using a funnel and store it in the refrigerator.
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.... The "icing on the cake," as they say, is the homemade blueberry syrup. Just simmer fresh blueberries in pure... the recipe for blueberry-ricotta pancakes with blueberry syrup here.... versions. I had that same visceral response when eating these blueberry-ricotta pancakes: So pillowy... read more...
... and a sprinkle of salt and now, Watermelon Granita with Cardamom Syrup. Click here for our watermelon... granita with cardamom syrup I've long known how beautifully warm, aromatic cardamom pairs with sweets... is as easy as it sounds: puree fruit with simple syrup, move to the freezer, and stir with a fork every 30... read more...
... blueberries instead of cranberries. And whenever we have it on hand, we add unsweetened dried coconut for even... read more...
the day of my visit, it was blueberry, corn-jalapeno, and pumpkinsalad plate sized--so one is perfect, especially if you add fruitTopped with (warmed!) syrup and butter, this was a thingand hearty and pretty much perfect pancake. They also had "Tollhouse read more...