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Offline iddee

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More of Your Savory Foods Could Do With a Honey Finish
« on: September 14, 2022, 09:45:38 am »
Honey says, “Oh, you thought this pepperoni pizza was interesting? You thought salty meat and cheese were all you needed? What if you were eating this pizza in a meadow of flowers? What if the pepperoni had a candied quality? Wouldn’t that be fun?”



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Re: More of Your Savory Foods Could Do With a Honey Finish
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2022, 02:32:51 pm »
Here in Israel simple cubed tomato and cucumber salad is probably the most popular vegetable salad.  My wife gives it "life" with her own salad dressing.  The recipe is one of those that don't have quantities but just ingredients. Everyone can adjust the quantities to their own tastes.

So what does she use?

Honey and lemon juice, seasoned with coarsely ground pepper, salt and mustard.  The truth is, that you can use just about anything with the lemon juice giving not only tang but serving as a means of making the mixture more or less dilute,  everyone according to their own preferences.

She mixes the igredients  in a honey jar, closes it and shakes to mix.

By the way, it's an excellent way to get the last bits of honey  out of an "empty" honey jar. 
Why waste whats stuck to the walls of the jar?