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?
Lemon Clementine Chutney with Dried Cranberries
A seasonal chutney for holiday gifting or feasting, spotlight on cranberries.
A super easy recipe for runner bean chutney and a great way to use up the harvest and save the goodies for winter
Ever wonder what you can make with Chestnuts? Here is one idea: Chestnut Chutney with Red Onion and Fennel. Great on cheese and bread or spruce up some of those Thanksgiving leftovers.
This richly spiced tangy preserve is the ultimate condiment for your holiday table. It can be served with aged cheeses or pate as an appetizer or with any roasted meat as the main course.
A great Indian style savory chutney that offers a lovely way to use up green tomatoes. Tangy with a nice pep from the spice.
A sweet and spicy cranberry chutney with a touch of novelty from diced apricots. Perfect for any meal and of course your thanksgiving table.
Savoring the last fruit from the garden, fresh figs in a sweet and spicy chutney simmered with red wine, brown sugar and jalapenos.
Homemade chutneys are a terrific way to amp up either a snack or a meal without adding too many extra calories or salt. Making chutney is easier than most jam recipes, and are a nice alternative to a bottle of wine for your host/hostess gift.
A small batch of autumnal chutney sweetened with just dates and dried currants.