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?
Move over tomatoes... rhubarb is a great base for ketchup, and the right kind of sour to support some heat and spices. No cheesecloth required: infuse the vinegar with spices instead!
A super savory catsup for all your condiment needs.
A cultured/fermented ketchup that features only local ingredients.
We will pomme you up. Make this spicy apple ketchup and elevate your burger, fries, and grilled cheese to a new culinary experience.
After several years of experiments, I finally got the spices down to make homemade ketchup that tastes better than Heinz 57. Yes, a perfectly balanced, deep, rich homemade ketchup without all the nonsense. And it's safe for canning, too!
Here's a ketchup to add an extra addictive kick to your summer burgers and fries. Easy to make and delicious, you'll be enjoying this at your BBQs all summer long.
Homemade ketchup is healthier and tastier than the big brand stuff, and one of the easiest tomato season items to put up yourself.
Delicious and homemade, fermented ketchup provides another way to take in probiotics, while at the same time eliminating another HFCS-laden food from your diet.
Tangy rhubarb ketchup-- the recipe is for sugar-free and low-sugar variations.
The chef of LA's Father's Office shares recipes (and history) for fig-tamarind and peach-pineapple ketchups. Via LA Times.