Archive for December 17, 2012

Dress Up Your Food With Delicious And Beautiful Edible Flowers

Written by admin on December 17, 2012. Posted in Herb crystals, Microgreens, Specialty produce

Edible blossoms

As the name states, microgreens are small. They are usually less than 1.5 inches tall and .5 to 1 inch wide across the top. Radish, kale, beet, arugula, chia, celery, broccoli, cucumber, wasabi, and certain lettuces are all microgreens. Other edible flowers that we may forget are flowers include broccoli, cauliflower, artichokes, capers, and squash blossoms. During the Victorian era, candied violets were quite popular and some companies still make them today.

There are varieties of edible flowers that have a wide range of colors and flavors. The process of choosing edible flowers for an event is both a creative and somewhat scientific one that you can really have a lot of fun with. The best way to work with a talented person who excels in the pairing of edible flowers is to tell them a little bit about what you are looking for. From there you may tell them that you would like the edible flowers to be comprised of the colors purple and orange to coordinate with colors in the event, such as table centerpieces. This does not mean matching exactly as this can prove tacky, but rather nicely and tastefully complimenting.

If you would like to find a vender and expert in edible flowers, sugar flowers, firestix, basil crystals, and candied flowers for your event you can search online for suppliers in your area. Feel free to contact any that you are interested in to ask them any questions that you may have or to schedule a consultation to discuss finding the perfect edible flowers for your event. Edible flowers can add the perfect accent to your food and drink. Continue your research here.