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?
Quince slices in a white wine syrup with rosemary and tangerine zest.
Who knew canned plums could be so delicious? Top fresh plums with brown sugar syrup, orange juice, spices and lots of brandy... pure heaven!
Whether you have the luxury of time or you're in a race against the clock, these blueberry recipes are sure to please both your pallet and your schedule!
As simple a preserve as you'll make all month: local plums, local wine & local honey, marry together in jars of local goodness for the winter to come.
How to can your apricots in honey and spices.
Super simple, yet so delicious! Mandarin oranges make the perfect mid-day snack!
Some say the clementine was developed in Algeria by Father Clement Rodier,a French missionary,in Algeria. Cardamom plays an important role in Algerian sweets; paired with star anise in gingery honey syrup, this recipe produces an irresistible aroma.
Satsumas in a light syrup.
If you like Earl Grey tea & pears - try this one - its a keeper.
Better than your usual canned pears! Pair these pears with manchego cheese, black pepper, and dark chocolate for an elegant after dinner cheese course.