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Refreshing Homemade Rose & Rhubarb Syrup

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Refreshing Homemade Rose & Rhubarb Syrup

Since her recent trip to North Africa, Heidi Swanson of 101 Cookbooks has been inspired by roses. “I’ve been keeping a bottle of rosewater and a jar of petals on the counter since I’ve been back from Morocco, working them into all sorts of different dishes, both sweet and savory,” Swanson tells Remodelista. Here are a few images from her rhubarb and rosewater syrup recipe.

Above: Swanson balances the rhubarbs’ tartness with tangy lime juice and adds a decidedly floral note at the end with the rosewater. She recommends using the syrup on plain yogurt or adding a few drops to sparkling water. To get the complete recipe, go to 101 Cookbooks.

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7:45PM PDT on Jun 18, 2012

Thanks. I think.

8:51AM PDT on Jun 18, 2012

Can the leftover rhubarb pulp be used in anything? Muffins, jam?

8:30AM PDT on Jun 17, 2012

Looks good - but the recipe here would have been even better than slides and single sentences. I like chilled green tea with rose water.

6:50AM PDT on Jun 17, 2012

Thank you for sharing.

2:41PM PDT on Jun 16, 2012

Four pages?! And we don't even get the complete RECIPE?!?!

5:55AM PDT on Jun 16, 2012


3:18PM PDT on Jun 15, 2012


12:15PM PDT on Jun 15, 2012

sounds AWFUL

11:57AM PDT on Jun 15, 2012

Yummmmmmmm *salivates*

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