Arugula Salad with Shaved Fennel, Orange Supremes, Roselle Hibiscus Vinaigrette, and garnished with Crispy Leeks, and Greek Feta

Our favorite salads always have a lot of flavor and hit every taste bud and texture.  This salad has it all: sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami tastes, plus crispy, crunchy, and creamy textures. One of our friends makes a delicious roselle jam using the roselle hibiscus flowers we grow on our farm; we use that jam to make this vinaigrette which adds a bright lemony flavor and … Continue reading Arugula Salad with Shaved Fennel, Orange Supremes, Roselle Hibiscus Vinaigrette, and garnished with Crispy Leeks, and Greek Feta

Roselle Hibiscus Tea

We love this refreshing, colorful tea made with Roselle hibiscus calyxes, which are the base of the actual flower.  The tea from this plant is known as “Jamaica” in Mexico, and “Sorrel” in Jamaica. Cooking Time:  20 minutes Yield:  1 gallon of finished tea Ingredients: 12-18 fresh hibiscus calyxes, washed, seed pod removed 1/3 cup organic raw cane sugar (optional) 1 gallon water Sprigs of fresh … Continue reading Roselle Hibiscus Tea