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?
Since cutting out refined sugars, I have tweaked my homemade applesauce recipe to do the same!
Applesauce: easier than you think! Cook, squish, and put up in jars. Method works for any size batch from one apple to a bushel or two.
Not your run-of-the-mill butter -- made with fresh fall apples and pumpkin, and simple to prepare in your crockpot. And bourbon makes it all that much better!
Don't have time to bake a pie? This simple jam cooks up in minutes and tastes like the real thing. Spread it onto your morning toast and you're there dude! Why didn't you think of making this before?
How to build a cider press and harvest apple juice at home.
Get ready for the holidays with this easy apple pie filling. Tailor the spices to your tastes, or add some brandy or bourbon for a boozy twist!
Why in the world would you want to spend hours with a paring knife to peel away the pink? Of course your life does change when you have a stick blender.
No cider press? No problem. With just a blender and cheesecloth, anyone can make fresh, cold apple cider in mere minutes.
Homemade applesauce is easy to make, tastes amazing and uses up your surplus of apples. Add vanilla and cinnamon for a special touch.
Fall fruits canned with wine, honey, and pie spices for the flavors of a good cyser-mead mixed with apples. A simple, smooth gift idea to can now for the fall holidays.