Fruit salad (my secret ingredient)

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by Rita H. Azar on October 20, 2014

Bonjour!

Last week, I made this very nice fruit salad.  I posted a picture and I asked if anyone could guess what was my secret ingredient.  I had many answers ranging from love to vodka and maple syrup.  But, no one guessed what my special touch was so I decided today to reveal the mystery!

Ingredients:

- Fruit washed ant cut in small pieces (I put 1 banana, 1 apple, 1 pear, 1 orange and strawberries);

- 1 tea spoon of white sugar;

- And, the secret ingredient is…  1/4 cup of rose water.

*I find rose water at my local middle-eastern supermarket.

rose water

Preparation:

- Toss all the ingredients together and put the salad in the fridge for at least an hour before serving.  This will allow all the flavors to mix well together.  It’s actually even better the next day.

Fruit salad

Fruit salad, the next day.

Enjoy and please come back and let me know if you give it a go.  Also, you can see more of my recipes here.    

Have you written a post on NaNoWriMo?  I would love to read it.  Link up your NaNo post with my linky party here.

Do you use rose water?  What is your secret ingredient for a fruit salad?

Au revoir! 

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A touch of spring

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by Rita H. Azar on October 16, 2014

Bonjour!

Spring is well and truly upon us.  Looking at my front garden blooming, I have to admit it makes me feel a bit nostalgic.  This is the time of the year when the garden is the most beautiful.

In January, we will be moving to our new home and I have to say I am over excited by this change (I will have my own writing room!)  But, although our new garden is pretty, it is quite plain.  There will be green plants around the edges and white roses.

I have to admit that I will be missing my colorful daisies and roses.  So, in order to pay tribute to my garden, here’s a last post on it.

My front garden 5

 

My front garden 4

My front garden 3

 

More posts on my gorgeous garden are here and here.

Also, have you written a post on NaNoWriMo?  I would love to read it.  Link up your NaNo post with my linky party here.

Do you love spring?  Do you have a blooming garden?

Au revoir! 

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