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 just a few short steps from applesauce to this caramel jam, fancied up with a little rum, vanilla bean, and sea salt.
This tasty jam recipe is easy to make and you'll swear it tastes just like you are eating a carmel apple on a stick at the county fair.
I wanted to do a jam with the apples and didn't want it to taste like an apple butter. Caramel Apple Jam! The second recipe was a twist again with the Blood Oranges by infusing green Cardamom pods.
A wintery jam with warming spices, two tree fruits, and the tart lick of cranberries make this jam perfect for dark and dreary days.
I hate apple butter. What's with that vile color, that repugnant texture, that lack of apple taste? And the gravest sin of all, not sweet! Here's a jam recipe for bright apples wallowing in a lush, sweet caramelized apple puree.
Apple Ginger Jam - Light, sweet, and a little bit of a bite. Perfect on toast, with cheese, or as a filling for your favorite pastry. Canned for November 2010 Can Jam.
A wonderful blend of Cranberries and Apples that is not too tart, not too sweet, not too chunky, not too smooth...just perfect on a hot croissant Thanksgiving morning!
It's getting to the end of canning season. This is a great way to enjoy the autumnal taste of apples.