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?
Kumquats were made for this.
Tangy & bright. Nicely spicy. Half an hour from berry to jar. What's not to love?
A classic Indian green conidment that is most commonly used as an accompaniment to appetisers. It can however be used to spark up most meals.
Persimmons cooked down with garlic, ginger, and mustard to make a sweet and tangy chutney perfect for a cheese plate or to dress up some roast pork.
Naturally sweetened apple & cinnamon chutney. Perfect with blue cheese crumbled on top. Serve with crackers and cheese, or your favorite protein.
A traditional chutney from the east of Indian, with whole spices, tomatoes and raisins. It is a great way to capture summer in a jar.
This fresh twist on traditional cranberry sauce includes jalapenos and mint. The flavors do not overwhelm - the jalapeno provides a slight heat and paired with the mint it's a lovely, vibrant contrast with the tart juicy berries. Good for canning!
My mother's mango chutney recipe that I inherited is my favorite holiday gift for friends.
A lightly seasoned chutney using ginger and tempered with an assortment of wholes spices. This chutney works well as a condiment or a dip
A nice tangy spur-of-the-moment chutney.