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?
A low-sugar jelly made with the intensely flavored juice from wild grapes.
TangO peaches are the paler, sourer sister of the sweet and lovely donut peach. No matter, they make a fine spicy jam enlivened with honey and lemon. And not too much sugar now, TangO jam isn't tangled up with lots of sticky sweetness. Clean, sharp.
Jelly 911...What do you do when your jelly doesn't jell? Don’t despair! I have a couple of full proof methods to re-cook the spread and have it gel up perfect.
Side by Side Comparison of Traditional and Low Sugar Pectin Recipe for Grape Jelly
My thoughts on commercial and homemade pectins - what they are, how to use them, and how to choose between all the varieties. Also a cherry preserves recipe and a giveaway.
It's easy to turn your favorite hard cider into jelly. Why would you want to do that? Think soft cheese and good crackers. Yum.
This recipe is easy and holiday friendly. If you don't have whole pomegranates on hand, you can make it from good bottled juice.
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