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?
A crisp and fresh tasting relish made with apples, ginger and dried cranberries with some perk from mint.
You don't need a cider press to make some great natural cider at home-- it's pretty simple, with a few basic bits of equipment and a juicer.
Fear not!!!! No berries were harmed during the making of this applesauce. Truth! 100% pure apple goodness here ladies and gent. The secret to my witchy ways…a little apple known as William’s Pride.
The slow cooker is the optimal tool to turn crisp apples into a dense, creamy fruit butter. It truly is the easiest preserves you can make.
This Strawberry Apple Cider is the perfect meeting of Summer and Fall. The strawberries and apples are a perfect pair, accented with a hint of orange. The spices create a nostalgic warmth in the aftertaste of the preserves.
Basic method of dehydrating apples and a couple tricks such as taping the underside of the mandolin, placing your dehydrator in the garage, and freezing your apples afterwards.
I’m often asked about the best things to forage in a given season. In Autumn, there’s lots to choose from, with berries, nuts and fungi of all types in abundance.
A double does of apple flavor goes into this sweet apple butter. Definitely fall in a jar!
No need to let the windfalls and misshapen fruit from wild apple trees go to waste. Use them to make a delectable jelly that combines the tart flavour of apples with the sweetness of rose.
A lovely combination of sweet apples and tart rhubarb, combining fall and spring flavors.