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?
Chive blossom vinegar. Turn those pretty blooms into a vibrant vinegar to last you all summer long.
Two ways to make a condiment from dried chiles.
Make your own tarragon vinegar (in English and German)
Over the past couple weeks I’ve seen multiple pictures of wildcrafter’s baskets full of spruce & pine tips. You can eat those? That’s a new one for me! So a couple of weeks ago when I was in the mountains I looked for the new growth...
Spruce tips are this season's must-have culinary accessory.
Tarragon vinegar. Its culinary uses and medicinal properties.
Making chive blossom vinegar is as easy as combining purple chive blossoms with white vinegar and letting them steep for a time.
The late days of winter and early spring can make preserving challenging. It's a great time to experiment with small batches such as simple-infused vinegars like these...