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?
Sweet fig jam is enhanced with dusky rosewater and warm cardamom.
A very easy quince jam and some thoughts from an orange childhood.
Fall in a jar. But not for long, 'Cause you'll eat it all.
This conserve is a mixture of sweet chunks of pear and tart cranberries. It goes well with anything from biscuits and toast to roasted meats and is a wonderful addition to vinaigrettes.
Intro to Jam, what to look for, essential components and sugar ratios
Wild huckleberries with a touch of maple syrup!
My favorite way to preserve tomatoes. Savory and sweet, with hints of cayenne, ginger, and coriander.
I was running out of creative ideas for saving these yummy treats until I saw someone post a jalapeno peach recipe the other day. Of course, I lost track of that website and have no idea where to find it now. So, I’m going out on my own.
This jam is the perfect marriage of figs and chiles. Spicy, earthy, savory and sweet all at once.
This is the jam that started my love affair with canning. I've served it on a cheese plate with blue cheese, on almond butter sandwiches, with scones, in dessert bars, and by the spoonful.