The idea of eating my provincial flower excites me. Unfortunately, our true wild roses have already lost their petals and developed hips. There are, however, several late-blooming domestic varieties still flowering.
Wherever you get your roses from, make sure that they haven’t been treated with any chemicals.
adapted from Good Eats
- 1 L rose petals, chemical free
- 2 L water>
The set-up is simple. Start with a very large pot. I used my canning pot. Put a clean brick or heavy ceramic dish in the middle of the bottom. Scatter the rose petals around the brick. … Continue reading.