Blackberry and Crumble are the dogs, not a comment on baking. These are, as we always tell people, great names for dogs until you have to stand in a field shouting them, and then you just sound like a bit of a wally...

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Thursday, 11 July 2013

it's practically science

And almost crafty.



Left to right; ginger, chilli, cardamom, lemon grass and basil in a double measure of gin. Currently in a cool (ish) dark (ish) place while developing, I'll report back. If I was a proper crafting blogger these would be mason jars artfully photographed but I am much more an old jar of pesto with half its label still stuck on kind of a girl...

In other news, Joy was right you can't make risotto in a slow cooker although if flavoured wallpaper paste was what you were after I have a brilliant recipe...


10 comments:

  1. Oh the walls may smell nice then - for a while!!!
    So what's the story with the little jars? I'll be watching this space!
    Joy x

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    1. Lavender and raspberry added this evening... Taste testing will comment when the sun is over the yard arm tomorrow.

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    2. Raseberry gin has much to recommend it... x

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  3. What an earth is it? jo x

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  4. Flavoured gin - chilli, ginger, basil, cardamom and lemongrass. Not pictured raseberry and lavender. Raseberry a great success... Hic xx

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  5. That's my kind of science. I've heard of chilli vodka but not chilli gin. What fun you'll have tasting them all when the flavours have infused! :-) x

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  6. I know, and all in the name of investigation...

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