oh wow !!!that sounds so immensely delicious....! I wish I had some cooking skills, but unfortunately I don't. Will you make some for yourself ??
Thank you so much for mentioning my blog and that wonderful jelly recipe! I got it from www.roscommonacres.com, if anyone wants to see the original recipe. :)
Goodness, sounds amazing! I really wish lilacs grew in Australia...Will you be trying your hand at making this treat?
That sounds delicious! I wish I had lilacs in my yard now.
Amazing! I want to try it now! Xoxo
Sounds delicious! I had no idea lilacs were edible!I found a 30's inspired dress and a little blue suitcase at the thrift store today, and felt like I should be off to see you. Haha. :)
Never heard of Lilac Jelly. Worth a try.
Oh, that sounds divine—and reminds of a wonderful violet gelato I once had :-)
No way! Jelly and I are best friends, so I can hardly resist. My mother adores lilacs so I should make this for her.
Mmmmm, delicious! I wanna try :)
I would never have thought that you could eat lilac's. I'm looking at that tree in my garden in a totally different light now.
sadly, it looks like my lilacs bloomed early and are now wilted and brown. I'm going to check with my mother-in-law, who lives further North, as to whether she still has blooms that I can use! If anyone else tries the recipe, I'd love to hear from you re: the results!! Jitterbugdoll: violet gelato sounds AMAZING! I have a tried violet pastille candies, but that is all. Sounds so romantic
Our lilacs are the same, wilted and brown, as I just realized when I looked out the window. I'll have to remember this next year!
Thanks so much for the link. That sounds like a great recipe - I had no idea you could actually eat lilacs.
Ooh, definitely saving that! Thanks for the link.-Andi x
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