Culinary Lavenderm p
Lavender is an incredibly versatile herb for cooking. As a member of the same family as many of our most popular herbs, it is not surprising that lavender is edible and that her use in food preparation is also returning remarkably. Lavender is a member of the mint family which also contains rosemary, sage, and thyme. The flower buds, leaves, and stems of lavender can be used fresh or dried in dishes ranging from sweet desserts to heartier meat dishes. The initial sensory impact of lavender is a pungent floral flavor and aroma. Different lavender varieties can take on additional undertones of fruit, smoke, and woodiness, making it a complex culinary herb. From our page we will try to introduce you to edible lavender through tasty recipes.