ROSE WATER PISTACHIO FRUIT SALAD

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ROSE WATER PISTACHIO FRUIT SALAD

I would kiss the person who made this for me, it looks THAT good!

 

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If you have a crafts store tht sells Wilton cake decorating supplies, you will probably be able to find rose water there. It is also used in icings. That is how i used it.

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I love that she put everything on the floor to take a photo!

Where does one buy rose water?

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Madeleine wrote:
Where does one buy rose water?

In the Indian/Asian section of the grocery store, or an Indian market.  King Arthur Flour online, and probably Amazon.

I prefer orange flower water and use it all the time on a mixed fruit cup when the fruits are good and ripe.  Orange flower (or blossom) water is slightly less perfume-y in taste, but adds a nice exotic touch.  One of my guests called it 'Jeanne's magic juice'.  

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Smell? Does the rose water actually smell like roses and the orange blossom smell citrus-y?

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Madeleine wrote:

Smell? Does the rose water actually smell like roses and the orange blossom smell citrus-y?

Both smell a little like perfume - faintly floral.  Like the stuff your great-grandma used to dab on her handkerchief.

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muirford wrote:

Both smell a little like perfume - faintly floral.  Like the stuff your great-grandma used to dab on her handkerchief.

Whiskey?

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Madeleine wrote:

muirford wrote:

Both smell a little like perfume - faintly floral.  Like the stuff your great-grandma used to dab on her handkerchief.

Whiskey?

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