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 thick and pleasantly fruity barbecue sauce.
The flavor of peaches is enhanced by the use of sweet white wine. Enjoy this chunky preserve on toast, in yogurt, or right out of the jar!
A peach of a post on making 5 lbs of summery peaches go a long way! Recipes for Peach Jam with Star Anise using homemade apple pectin plus Bourbon Peach Skin Butter and Peach Skin Syrup.
These fresh peach preserves get an extra flavor boost with the addition of vanilla and fresh summer basil.
Food for the gods...or at least a special occasion. This stuff has taste for everyone and pretty easy to can up too. Almost sugar free as well!
Fruit leather is a tasty and healthy way to use fresh, frozen, or canned fruit. These treats can be rolled in wax paper to provide an alternative to store-bought fruit roll-ups for snacks and lunch boxes.
Make your own, chemical free fruit roll-ups. All you need is some fruit, sugar, heat and patience.
One of the best uses for last season peaches, this chutney is great with cheeses and charcuterie, and spread on top of grilled chicken.
It's time to get the tomatoes in if you haven't yet . . . and if you have a glut, or a preserving share from a CSA then you might be wondering what to do with 50 pounds of tomatoes . . .
A late summer jam, perfect for using up the last of your peaches.