1. Put the ginger in a medium heatproof bowl. Bring 2 cups cold water to a boil, then pour it into the bowl and stir to agitate the ginger. Slowly pour in the honey, stirring until it’s dissolved in the concentrate. Add the salt, cover, and let steep for 10 minutes.
2. Strain the concentrate into a large pitcher (it will keep for 5 days, covered, in the refrigerator), reserving the ginger slices. Add 3 cups cold water and the lemon juice to the pitcher, and sweeten to taste with honey. Set the pitcher in the refrigerator to cool further; store the ginger slices in the refrigerator as well. (The lemonade and ginger slices will keep in the refrigerator for 5 days.)
3. Fill each highball or pint glass two-thirds of the way to the rim with ice, and pour the ginger lemonade over it. Garnish with a slice of the steeped ginger.
Time: 10 minutes steeping, 5 minutes preparation
With a fine Microplane grater, zest one of the lemons you’ll squeeze to make the Ginger Lemonade onto a plate; from another lemon, cut as many thumbnail-size pieces of lemon peel as the number of margaritas you plan to make. Prepare the ginger lemonade, and when it’s ready to serve, for each margarita, take a piece of the lemon peel and rub it around the rim of the glass. Dip the rim in the grated lemon zest (it’s okay if the lemon-zest rim is patchy; lemon zest is intense), fill the glass with ice, and top with 3 ounces Ginger Lemonade and 1 ounce silver tequila. Stir, and garnish with a slice of lemon peel and a slice of the steeped ginger.
Never thought I would love a cookbook with that name. Content are very useful to an almost Vegan. Wonderful book.Published 4 months ago by Nancy Bain
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I wish I wouldn't have bought this. There are very few main dish recipes and the ones that there are I am not even interested in making. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kimberly Van De Kreeke
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I've met these guys a few times very nice and genuine guys, I find it hard to give them a 3 star review being that their first cookbook is essentially a low-country cooking... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Adam
I love Charleston. I live up north and this takes me back every time I open it. I love to try a new recipe every week and use their recipes for inspiration. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Vivienne Jolie
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The titles of the Lee Bros. cookbook is accurate. These dishes certainly knockout me, they are simple & fresh & everything needed is readily available at my supermarket and/or... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dorothy Lewis