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?
Two ridiculously easy ways to extend summer: make melon and peach jam. Can them if there's anything left after you've finished sticking your spoon in the saucepans.
Super easy to make Peach Butter with Honey & Cardamom. Only four ingredients to preserve the taste of ripe peaches all year long.
Peach jam is made new with the addition of steeped sarsaparilla root. Inspired by a bowl of peaches & cream.
Fuss-free small batch using 2 lbs peaches, unpeeled. Chop, macerate with sugar, then cook. Yields 4 8-oz jars.
Lucious peach preserves with a hint of ginger--both fresh and candied plus vanilla. Makes a great topping for panckes or yogurt.
Fresh Hatch green chilies and peaches are in season so the salsa was going to be sweet and hot.
Having deposited a bucket’s worth of peaches with my parents, I decided to make chutney with what remained, and what a chutney it was.
Lightly boozy, heavily flavorful fruit cocktail converts sugar into an almost-wine in the blink of an eye. My favorite, indulgent way to use the summer fruit harvest. Put it on ice cream. Die happy.
A honey-sweetened jam made from peaches and yellow tomatoes. It gets a spicy kick from freshly grated ginger and red chili flakes and is perfect as a dipping sauce for roasted root vegetables.
Chai is an elegant enhancement for tree-ripened peaches. Both the jam and the custom chai blend would be impressive and welcome holiday gifts.