In response to his sister’s Elderflower Champagne – and so as not to be outdone – Arthur makes an omelette using Borage Flowers? Borage what?! I for one had never heard of them so I looked them up.
According to bbc.co.uk: “Borage is a plant with blue flowers that was introduced to Britain by the Romans and grows wild in some areas. Its leaves, flowers and stalks are edible and taste a little like cucumber. Borage leaves are good in salads, yoghurt or cream cheese mixtures, or served with shellfish.”
Here’s a little YouTube video I found about how to grow and harvest this herb:
Anyway, watch as Arthur and Dick make a masterpiece omelette while Dorothy waits [impatiently] for her breakfast to be served. Click to watch Arthur’s creative recipe https://thechateau.tv/chateau-updates/flower-omelette and see if it’s a hit with his sister! Clearly Arthur is following in his Master Chef Father’s footsteps!
Why not give it a try and let us know how it comes out?
Photo of Arthur Courtesy of https://thechateau.tv