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?
A perfect plan when your suddenly massive chive plant needs a haircut. This chive vinegar can be as simple or as fancy as you'd like--plain distilled white, white wine, or champagne vinegar are all great options. The hardest part is waiting 2 weeks!
This painstakingly (but satisfyingly) hand-whisked mayonnaise can be made for quick use or lacto-fermented for longer storage. Plus, toss some blossoms in vinegar to give it extra kick.
Make your own distinctive vinegars using fresh edible flowers from the garden. Then use them to create unique salad dressings, or give them as gifts!
How to make herb infused vinegar, like this Sage Blossom Vinegar.
Make your own tarragon vinegar (in English and German)
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.