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?
Cherries and lime are excellent flavor partners. Lime’s tartness cuts cherry’s sweetness, enhancing the flavor of both. The texture here is similar to a marmalade or preserve.
I made this lovely cherry jam with hints of lemon and the smoothness of vanilla bean. Because cherries don't have a lot of natural pectin you will need pectin to help with the gelling process. I decided to try a liquid pectin.
An Indian inspired Cherry BBQ sauce that's hot, spicy and sweet!
This pie filling is sure to be a major bargaining chip for food swaps. After all, who wouldn't want to bake up a tempting summer cherry pie during the winter doldrums?
Tart and sweet Russian sour cherry sauce for blintzes, cake, pancakes, or just to eat with a spoon.
Homemade Cherry Almond Jam makes a great, thoughtful holiday gift that’s budget-friendly and tastes like holiday cherry pie on your toast! The recipe includes step-by-step directions with photos.
Wojapi is an American Indian berry sauce. With very little sugar added, this sauce simply highlights the natural flavors of the berries. This version is made in the crock pot.
These pickled cherries with five spices are a versatile treat. Enjoy them just out of the jar, on salads, or paired with your favorite cheese.
This adult version of the childhood classic uses homemade tart cherry syrup and real lemon & lime juice. It's like candy in a glass but with a boozy kick!
Cherries DO have enough pectin to set, if you are willing to chop the fruit finely This jam starts with unpitted cherries, to make the process even easier.