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?
Jam and Jelly making from autumn fruit.
Adult friendly cinnamon whiskey jelly made with Bulleit bourbon, cinnamon sticks, cider, sugar, pectin, lemon, and love. A sweet cinnamon jam with hints of whiskey notes...
Recipe for wine jelly with canning instructions.
The process by which the Dionysian fruits of the earth are transformed into formally perfect Apollonian objects had never been clearer to me. I’ll never look at a jar of Smucker’s the same again.
Sweet, tart, and spicy, hot pepper jelly is irresistible to those raised in the South. Ladled over cream cheese, this jelly adds a serious kick to a grilled cheese sandwich and makes a great glaze for chicken wings, pork loin or grilled quail.
Apple cider jelly, made by boiling down fresh apple cider until it thickens, is an easy way to keep fall in your fridge.
A low-sugar jelly made with the intensely flavored juice from wild grapes.
A Beautiful and tasty pepper jelly made with dried apricots, habaneros, and a variety of other sweet and hot peppers.
Scotch Hedgerow Jelly a real jewel of Autumn and perfect to serve with savoury and sweet dishes
If you are like us, you find yourself surrounded by more apples than you know what to do with. They take up less space preserved: instructions for dried apple rings and a recipe for apple jelly.