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?
Seeding tomatoes for salsa? Don't throw away the guts! Make tomato water for cocktails.
The song "Sippin' on Gin and Juice" will come to mind as you enjoy this blackberry jam with the delicious addition of gin. A condiment to make even Snoop Dogg get up early. Please note you don't have to enjoy rap music to like this jam.
A boozy concoction that is really best in its native territory: cocktails.
This year peaches come early, at least in Europe. If like me, you don't like the peach taste altered in your jams, add some gin! It will enhance the fruit flavour and make it more sophisticated.
Apricot season is the best occasion to try this extremely easy home-made liqueur. Gin, sugar and apricots is all you need. Oh, and, of course, a bit of patience!
Rhubarb steps up to the bar for a shot of gin and a twist of lime. These partners in crime help take a classic rhubarb jam recipe to a new level.
A strange experiment creating waffle flavored gin that turned out to be delicious.
Rosemary infused spirits combine to make a gin libation perfect for the cooler months.
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