The first time I ate homemade buttermilk syrup was at an Easter brunch and I was immediately smitten. I am a pure maple syrup kind of girl, but this buttermilk syrup was something different and wonderful and I couldn’t get enough!
Today’s recipe for homemade buttermilk syrup is simple and oh-so-delicious. I made it while my daughter was at school this morning. When she came home, she asked what was sitting on the counter and how I made it. When I explained how the syrup was cooked she said, “That sounds easy!” And, she’s right! When I was pouring the syrup into a glass jar, my 2-year-old had just eaten some with his pancakes, and when he saw it in the glass jar he exclaimed, “Me drink!” I explained that the syrup would be better eaten with his pancakes, but I must admit that I agree with Owen this stuff is downright drinkable!
Here is the recipe! It really is perfect for Easter brunch, drizzled on pretty much anything. And because it’s so easy to make, you can eat it any time of year — even a weekday!
I’ve always wanted to be one of those ladies who lunch. I’m pretty sure that there are only two requirements to join the club: be a lady and have time for lunch. I think my eyebrows are too big to be considered ‘ladylike’, but with a great hat or side-swept hairdo, I might eke by....
The season for zucchini has arrived. It is just about everywhere you look, and if you have it growing in your garden, you’re probably harvesting it by the dozen. The good news about having so much zucchini is that there are so many ways you can eat it. You can make it into a...