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?
Make asparagus season last a little longer with these quick pickled asparagus seasoned with shallot and taragon.
Asparagus is the darling of spring, emblematic of the very season, fleeting and fresh as morning. We picked the young spears and dropped them in a salt brine. They ferment for a short time only, and their freshness is preserved by the salty soaking.
Easy pickled asparagus recipe with fresh fennel bulb and sprigs.
A savory and tart quick asparagus pickle just in time for the local Spring harvest.
One of the best times to be a forager is in the spring. Everything in nature comes alive. All types of plants are popping up and one of my favorites is wild asparagus.
These pickles are spicy, crisp and a brilliant green/orange pop of color – just the thing to put a smile on the face of this winter-weary Minnesotan.
Fall is here and for a forager it’s time to start identifying wild asparagus. Fall is a great time to find and mark your asparagus patches for spring. Let me show you how to do it.
An innovative way to make a thick, creamy, egg-free 'custard' and use up the woody ends of asparagus! Vegan option available.
Pickling asparagus yields an out of this world flavor that must be tasted to be believed. Give this easy way to preserve the unique, fresh taste of late spring a try. Also, fun with kids!
Recipe for refrigerator asparagus pickles. Small batch, no canning required. Garlicky, not sweet.