Being inspired by a scoop of lavender lemon sorbet at the Paso Robles Lavender Festival, I returned home knowing what I would make the very next day.
Lavender and most fruit pair up beautifully. Lavender and honey pair well. I happened to have a few very ripe white peaches that tasted like a delicate honey. Bingo! These were the kind of peaches that have dark red markings around the pit. The dark red translated into light pink in the final product. The color of your fruity treat could vary greatly depending on the type of peach you use.
This treat is so simple, it’s almost embarrassing and so delicious you do not want to stop eating. Do give this a try!
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Lavender syrup with an answer to the age-old question: “Why is it *brown*?”
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Lavender and lemon combine for a refreshing drink (two methods)
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Lavender-Plum Swirl Ice Cream
Lavender tea – You may feel calm just looking at this picture