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?
An all-natural recipe with no added pectin. Classic, tart and beautiful. Includes tips for preparing the fruit.
These kumquats are a hybrid with mandarine oranges. They are plump and fragrant and make a beautiful marmalade. Look for them at your local farmers market!
Marmalade is something I embraced after taking a class up in Oakland at The Still Room. Kumquat is now my favorite. These tiny little sugar tart-a-lish balls make a killer marmalade.
Kumquats candied in vanilla bean sugar. Also yields an amazing syrup as a byproduct that's perfect in cocktails or homemade sodas!
Sweet, tart, barely spicy, pleasantly orange: winter marm for the masses.
This Kumquat Conserve is a luxurious and delicious addition to your larder, perfect with toast and cheese alike.
This kumquat marmalade is specifically designed for use in cooking, bringing brightness to dishes like Brussels sprouts with kumquats and smoked salt.
Beat the rain and cold with these delightful little orbs of sunshine! Preserved kumquats!!! Use like you would preserved lemons.
Extend kumquat season by preserving them in this delicious kumquat and vanilla bean marmalade.
A fresh and citrusy kumquat relish , that is guaranteed to brighten your mood and table.