The mayhaw is the tart red fruit from a type of edible hawthorne. Uses for the fruit include jams, jellies, desserts and even wine. For more information about the mayhaw visit the Louisiana Mayhaw Association Mayhaw.org web site.
You can use freshly harvest lily buds (day lily buds) or reconstituted dried lily buds (dried lily flowers). The buds are pickled with allspice, cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar and vinegar.
Crosnes are becoming more popular in the U.S. and may be found in specialty grocery stores and local farmer's markets. Use the pickled crosnes in salads or as a side dish with meats.
Recipe for Passion Fruit Jelly (passion fruit are referred to as lilikoi in Hawaii)
This recipe is for making a very simple Lavender scented jelly made with apple juice, culinary lavender blossoms, pectin and sugar. Lavender jelly is wonderful served as part of your cheese board or simply on toast. The lavender jelly also be used alongside roasted pork or lamb.