Milk, bread and� pansies?

March 2006
Home Cooking;Mar2006, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p24
The article offers tips on using palatable petals in cooking. There are some edible flowers that add color, flavor and whimsy to anything from salads to desserts. Palatable petals include pansies, carnations, clover, geraniums, honeysuckle, lavender, marigold, roses, tulips and violets. Before planning to incorporate flowers in a dish, make sure that the flower is truly edible. Also, introduce flowers in small amounts to check for allergies.


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