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?
This jelly has a gentle aromatic quality to it, and is paired with a spunky zip of lemon zest. It is a great preserve to save for the dark months of winter when you need a little summer pick me up.
Basil Lemonade Jelly. This tangy and refreshing jelly recipe will have you looking forward to breakfast.
Some thoughts on how to use red currants in baking and preserving plus a basic recipe for red currant jelly, a delightful, old-fashioned preserve.
This quick and easy watermelon jelly is a taste of summer in a jar!
July is the time to forage for the wild wineberry. A delicious variety of raspberry that makes the most beautiful jelly.
Hedgerow Jelly is made from an infusion of wildflowers including Queen Anne's Lace, Yarrow, Rose Petals, Red Clover, and other native edible flowers from my yard and nearby meadows. Forage and make a delicious summer jelly to brighten your winter.
Don't like seeds? Make up some currant-raspberry jelly.
A delicious combination of Blueberries, Strawberries and Raspberries, to keep summertime at your fingertips all winter long!
Sugar Free Mint Jelly, perfect for lamb and eastern dishes.
Easy, quick and sweet riesling wine jelly!