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?
Your cider has finished fermenting, so now what? More importantly, when can you drink it? Learn what comes next in Part 2 of Making Hard Cider.
Looking for another way (perhaps much more fun way) to enjoy fall apple goodness throughout the year? Learn how to make your own hard cider.
You don’t need a bunch of big fancy equipment to make cider! Here are some easy at-home methods for making your own cider. In addition, two drink recipes: The Chapman (alcoholic) & Mulled Cider. Post by FSC Contributor, Deanna.
It's easy to turn your favorite hard cider into jelly. Why would you want to do that? Think soft cheese and good crackers. Yum.
Rosemary infused spirits combine to make a gin libation perfect for the cooler months.
Home made elixers and cordials are always crowd pleasers, this rosemary and mint melange is no exception. Very appetizery -- good prelude to a delicous feast.