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?
What do you pickle in the middle of winter? I want something fresh and bright, but not if the produce is shipped from 5000 miles away. Inspiration came in a bottle of home-brewed stout combined with onions, vinegar and spices. Viola. Winter pickles.
A friend gave me a big pile of green cherry tomatoes.
I thought pickling them would be a great way to preserve them. I thought pickling them in beer was an even better idea. Because everything is better with beer. Right?
Quick and easy pickles made with beer. So good and so easy.
A great recipe for the bounty of cucumbers coming out of your garden.
My version of Brooklyn Brine Co.'s "Hop Pickles"; except mine is made with Samuel Adams Latitude 48 IPA. Super easy, super quick, super delicious.
Pickles and beer, together at last. The subtle malt and bitterness of beer adds another dimension to garlicky, spicy, assertive cukes.
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