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?
One recipe, two mustards. One with honey, and one without. After making your own condiments, you'll never go back to buying them.
My very own grandma's recipe for homemade mustard.
Since I can’t rely on my friends to constantly travel to France for my condimental needs, I’ve taken to making my own mustard on a more regular basis. It starts out sharp — really sharp — and settles into a slightly less incendiary pungency.
Good beer is the secret to much goodness, including making magnificent whole grain mustard at home.
Ferment your mustard for an extra probiotic kick. A touch of maple makes it even tastier.
Instructions for making mustard and ketchup.
Serve with corned beef and Irish soda bread for St. Patrick's Day!
Spicy, tart, gorgeously cranberry-hued: What's not to love?
An easy to make mustard, perfect for holiday gifts. We started with a recipe posted on the always wonderful Food in Jars, which turned out be a guest post from Kaela Porter of Local Kitchen.
Spicy sweet dipping sauce or dressing. This one has too many variety options to mention. Make it my way first, then make it your own perfect sauce! This one is made to be the color of fun :)