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?
Dried Meyer lemons and chiles make a great condiment for fruit and savory fruit salads. Spicy, lemony, salty, and sweet pick-me-up for fruit!
A spicy tomato chutney to celebrate the start of the tomato season here in San Diego.
Intensely flavored lemon chutney, inspired by my mother's recipe for mango chutney.
Not preserved lemons, but a different kind of lemon confit.
Some meyer lemons, some sugar, some water, some gin (if you're adventurous) and a food processor make this the easiest and best marmalade going.
"Champagne and Meyer lemon marmalade? Why, yes, Carson, I'd love some." - Lady Mary Crawley. Probably.
A bright & sunny marm with sweet and floral Manadarin oranges and Meyer lemons.
This mixed citrus liqueur is a greatest hits mix tape of winter citrusy goodness! Cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and allspice add a gentle kiss of spice. Mix it up on Monday, enjoy it by Friday! It's great to sip on the rocks, or shaken into a martini!
Because you can never have too much chutney.
This is a recipe for preserved meyer lemons, which is a key ingredient in many North African and Indian dishes. It's also a great way to preserve winter citrus!