A super-easy preserve that adds a shocking color while also adding an amazing flavor to your pantry. One of the thrills of DIY (to me) is the ability to make relatively uncommon yet awesome ingredients. This is such an example.
This time of year I have been buying bags full of organic citrus. I usually freeze the zest if I'm not using it right away, but here's another great, easy way to preserve it, and there are so many uses for this great condiment.
Flavored salts are a great way to punch up any dish and are very easy to make. Here are recipes for Chipotle-Orange, Mesquite-Porcini, and Chile-Lime-Pimentòn Salts along with printable labels for each.
Spice up your fries, your eggs, just about anything that needs salt can use a little kick and this season salt is so easy you'll want to make some up for friends and family. Makes a quick inexpensive gift for any 'heat' loving foodie!
FSC Guest Contributor Gina has a great use for preserving your leftover vegetables in kosher salt: make vegetable bouillion in a large glass crock (or quart/half gallon mason jar). Gina answers all your burning questions about how to make & store it!