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Mar 19, 2020

Disney Reveals Menus for Epcot Flower and Garden Festival - News 13

Blanca Rosé Spritz: Effervescent Rosé Wheat Ale with Elderflower Liqueur Mango Mexican Lucky Margarita: Spicy Ancho Verde Liqueur, 100% Agave Tequila Blanco, Mango-Passion Fruit Purée, Lime Juice, Applejack and Ginger Cordial served with a Tajin Chili-Lime Rim Rosita Margarita: Rose Petal Liqueur, 100% Agave Tequila Blanco, Lemon and Cranberry Juices served with a Rose Petal Salt Rim LA ISLA FRESCA Food Lamb Curry with Sweet Plantains and Rice Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer with Steamed Rice and Coconut Lime Sauce (KA) Tropical Mousse Cup: Layers of Passion Fruit Cake, Coconut Mousse and a Tropical Fruit Glaze with Fresh Pineapple (KA) Beverages Tropical Freeze (Non-alcoholic) (KA) Golden Road Brewing Tart Mango Cart Wheat Ale, Los Angeles, CA Tropical Freeze with Parrot Bay Mango Ruml Fruit Glaze with Fresh Pineapple (KA) LOTUS HOUSE Food Szechuan Spicy Red-braised Beef Shank over Rice Bon Bon Chicken Skewer with Sesame and Peanut Sauce House-made Crab and Cheese Wontons Beverages "Panda” Bubble Tea: Classic Milk Tea with Black and White Boba Pearls (Non-alcoholic) Jasmine Draft Beer Marco Boba: Amaretto, Iced Coffee, Milk, and Boba Kung Fu Punch: Vodka, Triple Sec, Mango Syrup and Orange Juice Time Out: Bacardi Rum, Peach Liqueur, Peach Syrup, Piña Colada, Sprite, Soda Water and Magic Boba MAGNOLIA TERRACE Food Southern Seafood Boil: Shrimp, Mussels, Crawfish, Potatoes, Corn and Andouille Sausage Grilled Oysters with Cajun Butter House-made Boudin Two Ways with Spicy Mustard Pecan Cake with Maple Whipped Cream featuring Burton’s Maple Syrup Pecan Praline Beverages Wild Heaven Beer Session Citrus Lager, Avondale Estates, GA The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery Amber Ale, Farmville, NC Parish Brewing Co. Ghost in the Machine Double IPA, Broussard, LA Beer Flight NORTHERN BLOOM Food Seared Scallops with French Green Beans, Butter Potatoes, Brown Butter Vinaigrette and Apple-wood Smoked Bacon (GF) Beef Tenderloin Tips, Mushroom Bordelaise Sauce, Whipped Potatoes with Garden Vegetables (KA) Griddled Maple Pound...

Mar 23, 2018

Edible flowers are the prettiest thing you'll eat and drink all year

Simon said. He suggests investing in eye droppers.Lighter liquors work best with floral cocktails, such as vodka, gin, pisco and tequila blanco.Nass suggests getting a copy of the “Flavor Bible,” which he uses all the time when playing with new and different flavors for cocktails. Which flowers can you eat?Bacher’s go-to flowers are fresh nasturtium and dried hibiscus because they “impart a substantive flavor.” Nasturtiums are peppery and are great in savory dishes while dried hibiscus is tangy and refreshing.You can also eat:Calendulas.Dandelions.Elderflowers.Lilacs.Roses.Tulips.Pansies.Herb flowers.Orchids.Chrysanthemums.Sunflowers. Where do you get edible flowers?You can try to grow your own flowers with kits from Amazon, Seeds Now!, Williams Sonoma or American Meadows. Or you can buy edible flowers online. Bacher likes to use Marx Foods because she said they’re reliable. Other purveyors include:If you can’t find a flower in its raw form, try looking for concentrates, juices or teas that use it.Hibiscus Simple SyrupServings: 2...

Feb 23, 2017

Top Ten Spots to Celebrate National Margarita Day

Margarita de Jamaica” (Olmeca Altos tequila, sweet hibiscus purée, lime, lemon, and agave), and even a roasted-jalapeño iteration made with Cazadores Blanco tequila. 1525 Russell St., 443-931-4575La Food Marketa:There’s no shortage of Spanglish fare at thisBaltimore County newbie located in Pikesville’s Quarry Lake at Greenspring. Chef Chad Gauss’s spinoff of The Food Market in Hampden boasts a beverage list highlighting everything from draft beer and Mexican sodas to mojitos and sangrias. But the restaurant’s margarita menu—featuring classic, cranberry-orange, and spicy grilled pineapple varieties that can be ordered by the glass or pitcher—is the true claim to fame. 2620 Quarry Lake Drive, Pikesville, 410-415-0606La Tolteca:With locations scattered everywhere from Canton to Bel Air, this casual cantina has become a go-to for diners across the state. Marvel at the Mexican murals while chowing down on cultural classics like nachos, burritos, and deluxe salads. Be sure to wash it all down with massive strawberry, raspberry, peach, mango, coconut, or lime-flavored margaritas. Multiple locations including 2324 Boston St., 410-617-0959Nacho Mama’s:This Canton Square stalwart, which recently debuted a second location in Towson, has a longstanding reputation for putting its own Baltimore spin on the classic Mexican cantina. But aside from the crab quesadillas, Orange Crushes, and Natty Boh tallboys, the restaurant’s true specialty is its hubcap margarita. In keeping with the Elvis-themed interior, the drinks—served in actual hubcaps—come in varieties like the “Graceland” (house tequila, triple sec, lime margarita mix), the “Blue Suede Shoes” (El Jimador and blue Curaçao), the “Priscilla” (Don Julio Blanco, Cointreau triple sec, and lime juice), and the “Memphis Mafia” that combines Jose Cuervo and Grand Marnier. Multiple locations including 2907 O’Donnell St., 410-675-0898Papi’s Tacos:There’s something for everyone at this Fells Point taco joint, which showcases a lengthy list of unique margarita flavors including passion fruit, watermelon, peach, cheesecake, and pineapple chili. A special “Margaritas Locos” menu lists drinks like a jalapeño-infused “Rita En Fuego,” and a “Cinnamon-Peach Rita” that combines cinnamon tequila and peach schnapps. 1703 Aliceanna St., 410-299-8480Points South Latin Kitchen:Travel to South America by way of Fells Point at this festive destination, which offers plenty of beverages to pair with its flavorful dishes. In addition to a collection of pre-bottled house cocktails, the bar serves a signature Minas Margarita (El Jimador, agave, and Cedilla acai liqueur,) as well as a spicy chili version with chili flakes, Grand Marnier, and fresh lime. 1640 Thames St., 443-563-2018Zen West:This York Road haunt, located just a stone’s throw away from Belvedere Square, is known for its strong sips and tasty Tex-Mex plates. Line your stomach with eats like Texas chili, fajitas, and quesadillas before downing a blood-orange margarita, cranberry-infused “Mamac... (Baltimore Magazine (blog))

Nov 3, 2016

Protect flowers, US court tells feds

Bureau of Land Management in Colorado and Utah, Rio Blanco County, Uintah County in Utah and several state-level agencies in Utah, the Sentinel previously reported. The proposed plan would have provided 300-foot buffers between plants and surface disturbances and caps of 5 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively, on surface disturbance in Graham’s and White River beardtongue conservation areas. “The court faulted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to explain why the agreement would not simply leave the beardtongues in the same ‘precarious state’ in 15 years as they were in when FWS proposed listing,” according to a press release from the conservation groups. “The court also found that FWS did not base its decision solely on the best available science, as required by the ESA.” “The science here is clear, these wildflowers must be protected from strip mining and drilling,” said Megan Mueller, senior biologist with Rocky Mountain Wild, in a press release. “We urge the Fish and Wildlife Service to get it right this time and provide protections under the Endangered Species Act.” Tuesday’s ruling also states that all parties must meet in person before Feb. 21, 2017, to discuss whether the conservation agreement “may be modified such that Plaintiffs can agree that it will adequately protect the beardtongues for the foreseeable future.” ... (Grand Junction Daily Sentinel)

Jul 5, 2016

The newest farm-to-table trend: fresh-cut flowers

The most recent Field to Vase Dinner was on May 21 at the Texas Specialty Cut Flowers farm in the Blanco area, just east of Austin. Before dinner, guests were treated to a tour of the flower fields as they sipped regional wines. Farm owner Frank Arnosky described the ups and downs of life on a flower farm. He pointed out that the variability of Texas weather, the challenges in finding skilled staff, and the volatility of the market are the same whether the crop is tomatoes, peaches or zinnias. Despite the difficulties, it’s clear that the Arnosky family finds life on a cut-flower farm satisfying. After the tour, dinner was served for more than 200 guests in a bright blue German-style barn next to the Arnosky flower fields. The long tables were adorned with flowers picked straight from the farm. Chef Sonya Coté of Coté Catering in Austin served a gourmet meal of local foods — grilled pork chops with peach relish, Marfa tomatoes and sautéed curly kale, and roasted root vegetables seasoned with opal basil and pomegranate. The Austin Field to Vase Dinner is now a happy memory, but you can sign up for future dinners across the country by visiting and subscribing to information on future Field To Vase Dinner Tours. What you can do now The Fourth of July is coming fast. This would be the perfect time to show your patriotism and your support of local flower farmers by purchasing red, white and blue flowers with the Certified American Grown logo on the flower packaging. If you don’t see this logo, ask your grocer or florist to add locally grown flowers to their offerings. You can also search for local flower farmers and florists by visiting and searching by ZIP code, city or state. Ann McCormick is a Fort Worth freelance writer who specializes in herbs. (Dallas Morning News)

Jun 10, 2016

Calvin Finch: 19th annual Festival of Flowers is Saturday.

Back to Gallery The 19th annual Festival of Flowers, running Saturday at the Alzafar Shrine Center on Loop 1604 between Stone Oak Parkway and Blanco Road, is a “real” gardening event. Do not attend if you are interested in hot tubs, combination windows or burglar alarms; they won’t be there! There are some gardening accessories on sale, but mostly the agenda is plants and gardening practices through the ambitious program schedule and over 50 exhibits. Expect to leave the Festival of Flowers with information, new ideas and plants. The San Antonio Water System has been one of the co-sponsors of Festival of Flowers since the beginning. Part of its contribution to the event is to provide every attendee a xeriscape plant for his or her landscape. This year one of the giveaway plants will be Asclepias tuberosa, a native milkweed that provides an attractive bloom for the garden and nectar for the monarch butterfly. SAWS is generous in the number of plants it distributes, but the free plant giveaway only lasts as long as the supply of plants does. The program of speakers is always a highlight of Festival of Flowers. I will lead off the agenda at 9:30 a.m. to cover “Attracting and Producing Butterflies in your Landscape.” The presentation will include some discussion of the Monarch butterfly initiatives. At 10:30 a.m., Pam Penick, author of “The Water-Saving Garden: How to Grow a Gorgeous Garden with a Lot Less Water,” will discuss the topic of her book. Horticulturist Skip Richter will discuss the topic of his new book “Natural Pest Control Techniques” at 11:30 a.m. Daylilies are called the perfect perennial by some gardeners. Ray Elizondo, Master Gardener and daylily expert, will present “Growing Daylilies in San Antonio” at 12:30 p.m. In the afternoon, the popular Organic Roundtable led by nurseryman and radio host Bob Webster will be reconvened. Webster’s team will include John Dromgoole, owner of the Natural Gardener Nursery in Austin and one of my favorite radio gardeners. There is also the opportunity to participate in the Herb Kitchen. The demonstration will include area cooks preparing simple recipes all day that emphasize the herbs we can grow in the San Antonio area. If you want to learn about floral design, seek out the Floral Design Challenge and Demonstrations. For do-it-yourselfers, Master Gardener Lou Kellogg is conducting a “Build Your Own Rain Barrel Class.” If these gardening presentations aren’t enough to keep you busy, look for the “Daylily Show and Sale” and the “Plants that Thrive ... (San Antonio Express-News (subscription))