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?
Use dried herbs/loose black or green tea to hand make an extra-special "Steeped in Love" Valentines Gift.
Minimal work, minimal ingredients, maximum reward. Learn how to make vanilla, mint, lemon, and almond extracts - cheap and delicious!
Tart nectarines, sweet watermelon, spicy mint. Summer!
The magic of mint enhances sweet blueberries.
Strawberry jam with the bright notes of fresh ginger and garden mint.
Harissa is a piquant, hot Tunisian paste made from dried chiles and toasted spices. It’s traditionally served with kebabs, couscous and tagines. And it's super easy.
use the bounty of spring herbs to can infused simple syrups. sure, you could put them in tea, but you could also use them for cocktails! this post includes a recipe for delicious rhubarb mojitos.
Fresh mint makes this sugar smell like summer (in German and English)
Winter to me, means grapefruits. Some people turn their noses up at these pink beauties because they find them far too tart, but I absolutely adore them. When ripe and in season, they can actually be quite sweet, in a tart kind of way.
A classic Indian green conidment that is most commonly used as an accompaniment to appetisers. It can however be used to spark up most meals.
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