The fruit syrup are thick liquids made from fruit and sugar, served with water as a drink, often refreshing.
The term comes from Latin syrup, itself derived from the Arabic word [sharab] meaning drink and drink. In Greece and ancient Rome, fresh fruit was preserved with honey so that flavored drinks could be prepared after the fruit season. In the XNUMXth century, Vatel demonstrated that cane sugar made it possible to respect the taste of fruit. The fruit juice is evaporated, concentrated and integrated into a sugar syrup. Grenadine was invented in the XNUMXth century by cooks. The term "syrup" appears in the eighteenth century used in cooking and pharmacy.
Easy and quick to make, delicious and refreshing, they are perfect for quenching your thirst throughout the day.
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“Cuisine cannot be measured in terms of tradition or modernity. We must read the tenderness of the cook. "Pierre Gagnaire