Sweet Deception You're invited to dig in to the "dirt" of this adorable flowerpot—it's chocolate cake and crushed cookies. And please pick the sugar posies. "Everything's edible," says Sam Godfrey, who baked the confections in foil-lined clay flowerpots.
Fourth of July party - Loved the baked beans in mini mason jars! Perfect Idea for picnics,cookouts,or even an upscale rustic corporate event or wedding! Mason jars are just Country/Rustic Chic and can be used for anything!
Edit: one pomegranate would have been plenty. Double the recipe if using two. My fall sangria, filled with apples, pears and pomegranates, is absolutely delicious drink you can enjoy this wonderful autumn weekend!
Serve up dirt cake in a new and different way! Perfect for a spring themed tea party. Layer chocolate mousse and peanut butter pie filling into your favorite tea cups then sprinkle with "dirt" (Oreos thrown in the food processor). Top with an edible flower like pansies to see who is brave enough to eat one! (Almost everyone at our birthday party tried one and we all agreed they taste like perfume.)
For the grand opening of the Miami Airport Convention Center in Miami earlier this year, the venue's catering team created an edible garden using toasted pumpernickel crumbs as "dirt" with spears of baby carrots, asparagus spears, and zucchini, as well as