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 delicious--and powerful--horseradish infused vodka. Good to sip ice cold with all sorts of snacks, we use it on Passover as one of the steps of the seder (blessing over the bitter herbs).
Charoset for your Passover Seder, or Wine Apple Walnut Conserve, or "wine jam" for the rest of you. Boiling-water canned, making it shelf-stable!
These pickles are kosher for Passover if you use white wine vinegar, and you can tinker with the spices as you like. I like the beans to be crunchy, briny, and spicy. Use the larger measure of chili pepper for very spicy beans...
Recipe for pickled red peppers, Romanian steakhouse-style.
Another gluten-free vegan Passover dip recipe! Inspired by skordalia.
This dip features roasted beets, almonds and ginger. It's light and tangy--vegan, gluten free and Passover friendly.
A colorful side dish or appetizer of pickled beets and turnips. Sugar free, kosher and passover friendly.
It's easy to make your own "bitter herb" but don't forget to wear proper hand and eye protection when you do it.
Apple Almond Conserve for Passover, inspired by ingredients in charoses.
My recipe for Red (Beet) Horseradish, a passover staple!