Embark on a culinary voyage to gastronomic bliss with the infusion of lavender into oils and vinegars, an exquisite marriage that bestows salads and gourmet dishes with a symphony of flavors, elevating them to unparalleled levels of culinary excellence.

Lavender-infused oils and vinegars unleash a world of possibilities, transforming mundane greens into vibrant, tantalizing salads. Picture a bed of fresh mixed greens adorned with heirloom tomatoes, drizzled with lavender-infused balsamic vinegar, and delicately finished with a splash of lavender infused olive oil. The subtle floral nuances of lavender intermingle with the tangy notes of the vinegar and the smooth richness of the oil, creating a harmonious dance of flavors that enliven every bite.

But it is not just salads that benefit from the magic of lavender-infused oils and vinegars; gourmet dishes also become epicurean masterpieces. Imagine succulent roasted vegetables, glistening with a lavender-infused extra virgin olive oil glaze, their natural sweetness elevated to new heights by the herbaceous elegance of lavender. Or envision a perfectly seared piece of salmon, luxuriously drizzled
with a lavender-infused white wine vinegar reduction, where the floral undertones complement the delicate flavor of the fish, resulting in a dish that is both refined and memorable.

The versatility of lavender-infused oils and vinegars knows no bounds. From enhancing marinades and dressings to infusing gravies and sauces with a touch of sophistication, these culinary treasures add depth, complexity, and a captivating aroma to your creations. Whether it's a Mediterranean-inspired dish, an Asian fusion delight, or a classic French recipe, the infusion of lavender elevates each bite, transporting your taste buds to a realm of unparalleled culinary pleasure.

As you embark on this epicurean adventure, allow yourself to savor the sensory experience that lavender-infused oils and vinegars offer. With each drizzle or splash, the enchanting aroma of lavender envelops your senses, transporting you to fields of blooming lavender in the French countryside. The mere act of incorporating these gourmet ingredients into your culinary repertoire becomes a moment of indulgence and artistry, as you infuse your dishes with the essence of elegance and refinement.

So, embrace the transformative power of lavender-infused oils and vinegars, and let their alluring flavors enchant your salads and gourmet creations. Elevate your culinary endeavors to new heights, relishing in the symphony of flavors and aromas that lavender brings to your table. Allow the infusion of lavender to become your secret weapon, adding a touch of gourmet splendor to every dish that graces your palate.

Oils & Vinegars


  • Lavender Lemon Salad Dressing


    6 TBs Blue Canyon Farm Meyer Lemon EVOO 

    2 TBs Blue Canyon Farm White Balsamic Vinegar

    1 TB fresh lime juice

    1 clove garlic, minced

    1 tsp grain mustard

    2 TBS honey

    1 teaspoon Blue Canyon Farm Culinary Lavender buds

    Blend all ingredients in blender until smooth. Serve on chilled greens. This is especially delicious on berry salads!

  • Lavender Balsamic Glazed Chicken


    4-6 Chicken Breasts (boneless,
    Blue Canyon Farm Herbs de Provence Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
    1 tsp salt
    1 TB dried thyme
    1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
    1 TB dried rosemary
    1/2 cup honey
    1/4 cup Blue Canyon Farm Lavender
    Balsamic Vinegar


    Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

    Season chicken quarters with salt & drizzle with Herbs de Provence Olive Oil, and arrange in one layer onto a baking sheet. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes.

    In the meantime, combine lavender balsamic, thyme, rosemary & honey in a small bowl.

    Baste the chicken with the lavender honey marinade every 5 minutes for an additional 15-20 minutes or until completely cooked though and a thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the chicken reads 165 degrees F.

    Remove chicken from the oven, loosely cover with aluminum foil and allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving

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