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?
Is your cilantro bolting? Use up large amounts of cilantro quickly and get a spicy, guilt-free condiment that brightens up any dish.
Spicy chilies bite back with sharp onion, sweet dates, and cooling paneer cheese. From Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It author Karen Solomon's latest book, Asian Pickles.
Mild pink onions and bright cilantro share the plate with hefty lime juice and savory cumin. From Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It author Karen Solomon's latest book, Asian Pickles.
Murabba is a sweet-savory jam pickle common in Indian, Pakistani, and Middle Eastern cuisines. This is equally good topping ice cream as it is accompanying grilled meat or fish.
A light and lively, sweet, spicy and tangy salsa that will add color to your table and meal.
The perfect introduction to home cheese-making. No rennet, cultures or thermometer needed. Turn ordinary milk into cubes of paneer in less than an hour using just lemon juice and a cheesecloth.
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.
One of the easiest cheeses to make at home is paneer. Takes less than 30 minutes of active prep time and doesn’t require any specialized ingredients (just milk, acid, and salt) or equipment (I don’t even use cheesecloth, just a tea towel).
A lively salsa or Indian style salad called Kachoomber, that works as a condiment and pretty addition to any fall or winter table