In this post I share why I love the new publication titled ‘ Growing Your Own Cocktails, Mocktails, Teas and Infusions’ by Jodi Helmer. In this post readers will get a detailed look at the Fox Chapel Publication out on the market April 2020.
Growing Your Own Cocktails, Mocktails, Teas and Infusions Book Review
Let me introduce you to Growing Your Own Cocktails, Mocktails, Teas and Infusions. This Fox Chapel publication has quickly become my favorite garden to table recipe book. The video shows you how beautiful the images are and facts about growing your own. Be sure to watch te video to the end for my personal thoughts on this publication.
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Growing Your Own Cocktails, Mocktails, Teas and Infusions
LOVE this book! The images are amazing and I am very sure this is a book that will not be on my book shelf anytime soon. Did you guess I have a lot of books on my coffee table? There are 158 pages in this softcover full cover book. This is a book I read from cover to cover with in the first hour I open the shipping package. Check out the photos below and you will see why!
Above are images of the publication. Aren’t they great images on the covers? The cover alone makes me want to grow something. Get YOUR OWN COPY using my Amazon Affiliate Link!
Learning each time I open this book about what plants I can grow to make my own teas. These are sure easy to preserve and enjoy.
The recipes are colorful and quick to create. Everything you need to know from garden center to serving up on your bar.
Don’t worry – there is planting for the Alcohol FREE Drinks too!
I own a few of these glasses and had no idea what they were shaped for. Now I can use my Coupe glass correctly!
The first recipe I am going to create and share on social media is the Rhubarb Gimlet using my new plant growing in my home garden. Stay tuned to see that recipe in detail.
— Bren Haas (@BrenHaas) April 16, 2020
I would love to hear about your garden and if you grow any plants that you use in the kitchen or at the bar. Be sure to comment on this post and connect on this site.