What’d you do to that little girl? You kill her? No! No, it wasn’t me! You said her name. I heard you. You kill her? You cut her up like you were about to do to this girl here? No! No, I- Cato! Cato! Cato kneels beside Clove, spear in hand, begging her to stay with him. In a moment, he will realize it’s futile, she can’t be saved.
“I’ve been watching you for a while, throwing knives. And I must say you’re quite good for your age.”
“I guess you’re quite good yourself. Cato, right? It’s funny to see how you intimidate the masters with your sword skills. They fear you might stab them once you’re completely in your element. I just kind of noticed that.”
“Well, perhaps we should just become partners then, letting some heads roll.”
Homemade “Rose-Clove” Simple Syrup. I add it to tea, coffee and seltzer water to make some pretty amazing flavored drinks. But that’s a small fraction of what one can do w/ simple syrup. Here’s a few suggestions, along w/ an easy recipe for making your own herbal syrups.
Equal parts Sugar & Water, 1 cp / 1 cp - sugar water brought to boil Simmer for 5-10 mins. @ medium-high heat, then add any herb you desire to mixture. Suggestions- Lavender, Rose, Cinnamon, Lemon Verbena, Mint. Steep for a minimum of 30 mins.
Culinary uses- 1. Create custom infusions for cocktails Simply add alcohol and ice and you can make endless drink combos. 2.Dress fruit salads transform a simple
bowl of fruit into a cohesive dish w/ a great glossy look. 3. Moisten layer cakes Brush simple syrup onto cooled layers of layer cake
to keep your confection fresh and moist. Adding a little booze—reduces a too-sweet taste 4. Tea/Coffee Add to your herbal tea or your warm hot coco/coffee for a unique scent or taste 5. Herbal Lemonade Herbal lemonade w/ Lemon Verbena or Lavender simple syrup is pretty yummy 6. Shaved Ice Add your syrup to shaved Ice 7. Morning Pancakes Add this syrup to your pancakes and waffles like regular syrup