Planted a yuzu tree on my roof but as it's a pretty young plant I understand it likely won't fruit. What could I do with the blossoms, if anything? Am very new to SoCal so have never had access to these plants before.
Ditch the store-bought dressing and whip up this homemade dressing that comes together in a flash. It’s far healthier, cheaper, and fresher than bottled dressings with added sugars, chemicals, and fillers. Prep ahead and store in a covered jar.
A bright, fresh centerpiece doesn't have to be flowers in a vase. We think that a striking loaf of Citrus Pull-Apart Bread – complete with sweet, sticky citrus frosting – will have all your guests gathering around the table.
How to Make a Scotch Blossom
Michael Cecconi is the former mixologist at New York’s Back Forty; he's currently the head bartender at San Francisco's Two Sisters Bar and Books, and teaches at the Institute of Culinary Education. Here he shares a quick summertime drink idea, called a Scotch Blossom: 2 ounces of Scotch, 1 ounce of honey simple syrup, 1 ounce of lime juice, 4 to 8 mint leaves, and ice. Shake vigorously, add soda water, and enjoy.
How to Flame a Citrus Peel
A fancy bar trick to impress your guests, courtesy of bartender Duggan McDonnell from Cantina in San Francisco.