We’ve passed another busy, blustery weekend here at Locust Grove! With tour buses, a Tiger Scout troop, two weddings, families taking photos on the grounds, and the October meeting of the Jane Austen Society of Louisville, we were never bored this weekend. 731 more words
Who doesn't love lemonade on a hot summer day? Instead of making instant (ugh) or concentrate here is how lemonade was made in the 18th Century. The recipe is straightforward and easy. The only unusual ingredient is the Orange Blossom Water, but it can typically be found in speciality food and Indian grocery stores. Finally, Marissa Nicosia recommends being cautious with sugar. If you are like her, you may want to start with only half of the sugar and then gradually a little bit at a time to avoid lemonade that is too sweet.