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 smoky, spicy alternative to boring pickled asparagus. Great for antipasto, appetizers, snacks, and side dishes. Preserve the early spring bounty!
Recipe and directions for a mix of pickled vegetables to be used as bloody Mary toppers, cheese platter, or antipasto accompaniments.
The asparagus season is short and sweet, so I always try to find ways to make those delectable green spears last as long as possible.
Quick pickles that taste of spring - green and grassy.
The heartbreak of wasted asparagus stalk bottoms is solved with these two recipes: Tarragon Asparagus Pickles feature the pretty tips; the hearty stems are given a bracing shot of garlic and red pepper.
The abundance of fresh spring asparagus is always too short-lived. Preserving a few jars of it is a must! This recipe is pickled and peppered...with just the perfect amount of kick.
Pickle some of your spring asparagus for later in the year. It's easier than you might think!
It is very difficult to stop eating these. Like spring in a jar and so easy to make.
We decided we didn't have enough asparagus (can anyone have too much asparagus?), so we ordered more crowns. They arrived last Friday and we spent the morning getting the beds ready and planting.
Easy step by step instruction on how to can asparagus as long stalks. Looks great in the jar and will taste great this winter!!!