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?
Garlic and Sriracha balance the sweetness of pineapple in this Southeast Asian-inspired pickle; a splash of fish sauce adds a robust savory edge. From Karen Solomon, author of Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It.
This super easy pineapple chunk pickle would go great with BBQ, pineapple scones, or as I discovered last night some red wine or whiskey!
Super easy sugar free sweet and sour apricots, a blast of sunshine at any time of year!
These pickled pears are more sweet than pickle'y. A great sweet treat that can be enjoyed alone, with a pastry type dessert, or over ice cream.
Beautiful and flavorful, pickled cranberries will brighten up any holiday cheese board. From the cheeseboard to a dish that's bland in color or flavor these probiotic berries will be a great addition!
Fresh Ontario Coronation grapes preserved in white wine vinegar with fresh rosemary, ginger root, ground cinnamon and peppercorns.
You can make homemade pickled cherries using this super easy recipe - no canner or canning experience required! Then, use the cherry pits to make a simple, but tasty liqueur!
Why are children's cough and cold medicines so often artificially cherry-flavored? For years, I assumed that cherries tasted medicinal and wretched. These pickles proved me wrong.
Pickled blueberries with apple cider vinegar, agave, black pepper, allspice, and bay leaves. Sweet, briny, and savory!
Pickled Golden Raisins are a spectacular addition to roasted and stewed meats, especially lamb. Stud your basmati with them and a few buttery toasted almonds; your rice just got an upgrade.
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