|Gregory's Greek Kitchen|
|by Gregory Evangelos Zotos|
If you enjoyed my first book, Gregory's Pita Pocket Full of Simple Greek Recipes, you'll love my new book, Gregory's Greek Kitchen, which offers a...
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Potpourri is a mixture ... one side) of a square of light fabric such as cheesecloth, old curtain fabric, birdseye, unbleached muslin, or other cotton.
Fill your home ... all ingredients in a medium pan. Add additional water and spices when needed. This smells wonderful. Let simmer or add to potpourri pot.
Mix all ingredients together. Store in a large, sealed jar or plastic bag in a dark, cool place for 3 to 8 weeks. Stir or shake the mixture once a ...
Mix all ingredients with 1 cup of water and place in tea kettle. Bring to a boil. This will keep and warm regularly for up to ten days and makes your ...
Combine all ingredients ... a stablizer for potpourri (in other recipes ... very expensive). I used sumac berries instead of nandina berries in this recipe.
Combine all ingredients and bring to a boil on stove. Be sure to use an old pan as it will stain. Reduce heat and simmer for fragrancing your home. ...
Combine all ingredients and bring to a boil on stove. Be sure to use an old pan as it will stain. Reduce heat and simmer for fragrancing you home. ...
Combine ingredients. Add water to simmer on stove top or in potpourri pot.
Collect 2 inch ... well. Makes about 1 gallon potpourri. NOTE: As the fragrance of the potpourri begins to fade, just add a few more drops of cinnamon oil.
Mix and pour into little calico bags. Makes 5 cups.
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