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?
Two ridiculously easy ways to extend summer: make melon and peach jam. Can them if there's anything left after you've finished sticking your spoon in the saucepans.
Here are three ways to preserve this yummy, medicinal berry: tincture, syrup, and jam.
A delicious whole-wheat chocolate cake with red currant jam and a chocolate ganache glaze
Plum jam with Chinese spices perfect for fall.
Three gloriously simple yet surprising blueberry jams: with lemon balm, ginger, and basil. Yum x 3.
Following a recent blackberry foraging expedition I returned with a bountiful supply of beautiful wild blackberries. They are in season at the moment and abundant in both rural and urban areas. What better way to use your blackberries?
Keep the tastes and memories of summer all year long with this super easy taste tingling strawberry jam with balsamic vinegar, black pepper and basil, it will transport you to Italy in a trice!
Savory balsamic onion jam that will become your next addiction!
Raspberries + chocolate and a wee dash of liqueur, make a delightfully grown-up jam that makes a great addition to any breads.
Peach jam is made new with the addition of steeped sarsaparilla root. Inspired by a bowl of peaches & cream.
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