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?
Three ingredients, and a little patience, is all you need to create an incredibly flavorful apricot jam.
Cherries DO have enough pectin to set, if you are willing to chop the fruit finely This jam starts with unpitted cherries, to make the process even easier.
Raspberry jam with a hint of rosemary. Sugar free, and without pectin, this method is low and slow, but oh so delicious.
Strawberry Agave and Nectarine Jam: Easy to make and no pectin added.
Black raspberry and sage, a combination inspired by Chef Michael Gabriel of Aureole's Black Raspberry Sage Honey Tart.
makes two 200mL containers
Getting a good set for strawberry jam can be hard without extra pectin, lots of sugar, or a long cooking time. Enter the cranberry. Lots of natural pectin, beautiful ruby red color, and a little tartness make this the perfect strawberry jam.
Don't like seeds? Make up some currant-raspberry jelly.
Whole Strawberry Preserves: Versatile preserve that is delicious on yogurt or homemade scones.
This fig and thyme jam was a winner even before it won a blue ribbon at the fair! A super simple, no-pectin jam that's lovely as a sweet or savory condiment. Baked brie and fig jam, anyone?
This jam is kinky! The sweet pleasure of fruit preserves yields to the hot pain of habanero... This jam will keep you warm on a cold winter's night.