With Halloween around the corner, we’ve had candy on our minds. But strolling the aisles of the grocery stores only reminds us that any old candy just won’t do, so we turned to our old friend Google.
We’ve been searching for that grown up version of candy. The one with an air of sophistication. After perusing dozens of balsamic candy recipes, we’ve finally come up with the perfect grown up candy recipe: Balsamic Caramels. They’re chewy, gooey and delicious, with just a hint of tart. And best of all, they’re fairly easy to make!
In the culinary world, the word ‘shrub’ holds two different meanings. A shrub is a liquid-syrup made by infusing fruits and herbs with vinegars and then mixing it with carbonated beverages or liquors to make sodas and cocktails. It is also term used to refer to the actual soda or cocktail itself. Shrubs date all the way back to the 15th century and were originally created as a way to preserve fruits and vegetables before there was refrigeration. Fast-forward a couple hundred years and shrubs are slowly gaining more popularity, not only because they are delicious and easy to make, but they are also full of health benefits. We are sharing our favorite shrub recipes which use balsamic vinegar to make refreshing drinks that will keep you cool for the summer.
If you’re anything like us, your holiday season is all about food! It’s our favorite time of the year for just that reason. We spend the month leading up scouring the internet for our new favorite recipes then testing and tweaking them in anticipation of that coveted perfect holiday feast. We have high hopes this year and wanted to share some of our favorite balsamic-y recipes with you! Check out this amazing collection of show-stopping main dishes then stop by to talk recipes, get your ingredients and find the perfect gift!