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 fantastic way of using up this abundant plant. Three Cornered Leek is often seen as a weed but this prolific allium can cause quite a stir in the kitchen.
A recipe for foraged nettle pesto, and tips/tricks on harvesting and cooking stinging nettles!
Foraging for ramps in New Jersey and four great methods for preserving your stash: Pickled ramps, ramp pesto, ramp compound butter, and blanching and freezing ramps.
Pistachio pesto, perfect for spaghetti and pasta dishes. Gluten free, dairy free and delicious.
What do you do when a noxious weed that's choking out vegetation takes over your neighbourhood? Eat it. Garlic mustard is packed with nutrients and is great as pesto.
I cannot say for sure if it is a pesto, a spread or a dip! I would call it a bit of everything because you can easily spread it on a piece of toasted bread and enjoy it with a glass of fresh white wine.
Use herbs to create delicious herb butters, vinegars, and mustard.
A little twist on a traditional pesto swapping out Mexican ingredients and then fermenting it for extra zip.
A pesto sauce recipe doesn't have to be that traditional basil and pine nut mixture.
A bumper crop of basil left me with more than I knew what to do with. Here's a simple way to preserve the basil leaves, along with a simple syrup recipe to get all the flavor out of the stems!