Boost Lemon and Lilac Collection with Cooking: Look Stylish While You Bake
When we need a bit of inspiration here at Fresh Produce Clothing, playing with new color combinations is our favorite pastime. One fun-filled afternoon, we discovered the exciting combination of Lemon and Lilac, a statement-making duo that is both sophisticated and trendy. Even in the frigid throes of a gray winter, the sweet spring lilac can still brighten up the mood of your home, especially when the calming pastel purple is paired with an energetic lemon yellow.
Looking Stylish with Lemon and Lilac
Although lilac blossoms won’t pop up in your backyard for a few more months, you can brighten up your winter wardrobe now with Fresh Produce's new arrivals. Start by mixing in some lighter shades of purple, such as Fresh Produce’s fashion-forward Swing Skirt, graceful Vintage Drape Top or the slim-fit Colored Denim Capris.
The criss-crossed v-neck on the chic lemon Infinity shift dress is tasteful enough for the office yet playful enough for a night out when you trade in black kitten heels for striking purple heels.
Loosely fitted and made for all body shapes, the casual clothing in the new Fresh Produce Sportswear collection transitions easily from the kitchen to any activity you have planned next. With its stretchable rayon and lycra fabrics and slimming side panels, the lilac Swing Capri pants pair perfectly with the flowing Easy Crew cotton cashmere sweater or the Vintage Coffee House fitted tee, both available in vibrant shades of lemon.
Cooking with Lemon and Lilac
Zesty lemons and aromatic lilacs are a sensational combination in the kitchen as well. You can extract a tremendous amount of flavor from lilacs that adds a sweet and floral tone to any dish.
Once lilacs are in bloom this spring, impress everyone you know by whipping up these fun flower recipes that the whole family will enjoy. You can use this edible flower for baking, roasting, canning, decorating and even putting a new twist on favorite beverages.
Before cooking with organic lilacs, gently wash the fragile blossoms. Separate into small clusters and remove the green sepal from each flower. Each bunch yields a ½ cup to 1 cup, and 1 cup is approximately 40 to 60 blossoms.
Roasted Asparagus with Lemons and Lilacs
Prep asparagus by trimming the ends and peeling lower the halves, and then arrange the stalks in a single layer on a pan lined with parchment paper. Season the spears with a...