My husband loves to make cocktails. He returns from his business trips with ideas of new mixes that he hastens to try to reproduce at home. That’s how he wanted to make this rosemary syrup, so he could integrate it into drinks.
A simple syrup is a one to one ration between sugar and water. It’s always fun to find ingredients to perfume it.
The syrup can be stored for about a month in the refrigerator.
If you used to read this blog, you might know that I love books, and own a big chunk of cookbooks.
My family (including my Husband) loves pasta a bit too much. So even though my daughters still love to add ketchup to theirs, with shredded cheese, I do my best to add some variation (I refuse to eat pasta at dinner every day).
So I decided to dust one of my cookbooks, «Everyday pasta with Giada», I began to add post-its on the recipes I was most attracted to (pleasing everyone is not an easy task). Something I like about this book is its diversity. Some really simple recipes and some more complex ones.
I finally decided to give a try to this small pasta that look like rice, called orzo.