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?
Spiced cranberries with pecans or walnuts, with instructions on how to can or eat fresh.
This tasty and cranberry sauce recipe will make this traditional Thanksgiving side simple - just pop open a jar, spoon the contents into a bowl, and serve!
Lovely holiday berries with port wine, cinnamon, cloves and star anise.
Recipe and canning instructions for a from scratch cram every sauce with red wine, triple sec, and candied ginger.
Fresh and Dried Cranberry Salsa
A super yummy and fresh tasting cranberry sauce. Each of the flavors stand out. If you like ginger, this is the cranberry sauce for you.
Traditional cranberry sauce with the bright flavor of orange.
Cranberries and quince pair beautifully to create a jewel-toned sauce, tart with the perfect touch of sweetness.
Around this time of year frozen cranberries are easy to come by and generally pretty inexpensive. Plus cooking with bourbon can be a whole lot of fun if you have a taster on the side...
This cranberry sauce has hints of orange, cinnamon and cloves. Apples and raisins give the sauce sweetness and texture. We like to can 8 oz. jars of this delicious condiment a few weeks before Thanksgiving to send to far-away family and friends!