A healthy alternative to soda, this sweet, carbonated drink is cold and refreshing. You can also use lemons in place of limes.
From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Wiley).
A good margarita depends on the quality
of its ingredients; always use the best tequila
you can find. You'll get excellent results using
a citrus reamer, a small, fluted cylindrical
wooden tool, to extract every last drop of juice
from the limes.
Creamy meets crunchy when a layer of velvety lime-flavored mascarpone-ricotta mousse and tart lime curd come together in a rustic pistachio shell. It may look like a cheesecake, but it is lighter and airier -- a fitting finale to a spring get-together. Indeed, the green zest garnish lends itself quite nicely to a Saint Patrick's Day meal.
In this delicious recipe, old-fashioned sugar cookies are enlivened with the flavors of citrus oils and zests. Chewy on the inside and crispy on the outside, these treats are glazed with sanding sugar for an irresistible crackly sugar topping.
Pantry ingredients come together in crunchy homemade granola. Making your own granola means you can pick the mix-ins. Change up the nuts, fruits, and flavorings as you wish. The oat base and easy method stay the same.