Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
It's easy to learn how to make homemade applesauce. Make large batches during apple season and have homemade applesauce to enjoy throughout the year!
An easy, small-batch chutney, flexible enough for any fresh fruit. This version is flavored with plums, Ginger Gold apples and cystallized ginger.
This apple rhubarb chutney was the perfect pick-me-up that my lonely chicken breast was so desperately longing for!
This chutney-like compote features ginger in three forms — fresh, candied, and ground — for a triple dose of sweet heat.
Citrus season is upon us, and marmalades are all the rage. Here's a bushel of options. (Photo: Amanda Slater)
Floral quince, tart apples and warm vanilla combine to make a delicious, if sweet, jelly.
Plum Apple Butter with fall spices. So easy and makes your house smell amazing. My new favourite spread.
Fall fruit and lots of heat to warm up your holiday table.
Applejack (apple brandy) adds punch to your standard apple butter recipe.
The sweetness of apples (and, uh, lots of sugar) tempers the volcanic heat of habanero peppers, resulting in a deliciously sweet-hot jelly, perfect with sharp cheddar cheese.