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?
Bacon Jam with Bourbon and Maple Syrup.This recipe is from evilShenanigans.com. It's so sinfully yummy.
We have done similar projects with peaches, apricots and cranberries. Feel free to experiment.
A beautiful peach jam spiked with bourbon and warmed up with vanilla.
I created this recipe based on my love of pickled fruit, and bourbon with peaches. Great with savory and sweet dishes!
A Southern jam recipe with bourbon, vanilla and Virginia peaches.
Playing off the ingredients and flavor profiles of Kentucky bourbon, this jam combines the spirit the with an unexpected twist of sweet corn, while the brightness of fresh Ohio peaches shines through.
Simple blackberry jam spiced up with a bit of Boubon. Recipe from Garrett McCord at Vanilla Garlic.
Noyaux, the kernels of stone fruit, lend a haunting almond flavor to jams -- because they're full of cyanide. But in small quantities, they're just delicious, not deadly.
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