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?
Keep the tastes and memories of summer all year long with this super easy taste tingling strawberry jam with balsamic vinegar, black pepper and basil, it will transport you to Italy in a trice!
Raspberries + chocolate and a wee dash of liqueur, make a delightfully grown-up jam that makes a great addition to any breads.
Flavored milk is one of the greatest human inventions. I used fresh, local blueberries to make this syrup. Stir it into any kind of milk for a sweet treat!
Foraging for the wild gooseberries of the West. How to identify them and process the especially spiky varieties in the Sierra Nevada.
Bring some infused booze to your next summer party or cook-out! This Blueberry-Orange liqueur is easy and makes great yet simple cocktails... try our Blueberry-Orange Gin & Tonics. Cheers~
This small batch Raspberry Ginger Lime Jam is an obsession worthy, beautiful, and complex jam without added pectin.
Wild mulberries plus sugar, fruity red wine and cardamom come together to make a quick (and addictive, and versatile) compote.
A honey sweetened blueberry butter that makes your morning yogurt and granola taste like blueberry pie.
The swap of the blackberry for the tomato completely transforms this ketchup. There's still the expected kick from vinegar and the traditional punch of the spice blend, but the blackberry lends it an almost jammy, even slightly sour quality.
Serviceberries (which are the same as Saskatoonberries) are easy to find in temperate cities, where they're often planted in parks and landscaped areas.
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