Ginger need to peel it, sliced. Lemon organic? Unwaxed?, sliced, layered with ginger in the jar, filled up with your favourite honey, I prefer local honey. Then need your patience, after 2 weeks you can use on pancakes, I like to drink it, put in my tea and after I eaten except lemon skin. Always keep in fridge – perfect homemade gift.
‘It is a fabulous immune booster and inflammation reducer!!’
The drink is so popular it is often thought of as the number two English drink, tea of course being the first. The original Pimm’s No.1. was made using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs as an aid to digestion.
Recipe for Traditional Pimm’s No.1. English cocktail may also be considered a liqueur, need Pimm’s – 1 part, lemonade – 3 part, add lemon slices, orange slices, fresh mint leaves, fine cucumber slices, strawberries, hulled and cut into quarters (all or some depending on what you prefer) and pour into a glass half filled with ice, lightly stir and serve. For an alternative to lemonade, try ginger ale.
is the day before Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent – ‘Shrove’ stems from old English word ‘shrive’, meaning ‘confess all sins’. It is called Pancake Day because it is the day traditionally for eating pancakes as pancake recipes were a way to use up any stocks of milk, butter and eggs which were forbidden during the abstinence of Lent.
The typical English pancake is thin and light and not dissimilar to a French crepe and usually eaten with sugar and lemon, or Golden Syrup.
Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day in Britain
Pancakes are not just for Pancake Day (aka Shrove Tuesday). As you every country has their own style and they certainly do not keep them for simply one day of the year. In the UK the most popular time is to eat pancakes on Pancake Day – the day before Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent – known also as Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday.
Pancake Day is a fabulous day of celebrating the day before abstinence sets in and traditionally a way to use up any stocks of milk, butter and eggs which were forbidden during Lent.