Trying to avoid nightshades? Looking for a tropical spread? Try this savory/sweet ketchup, perfect on banh mi sandwiches, over cream cheese and crackers for a quick appetizer or as a marinade for tofu, chicken or pork.
This recipe recalls the very first preserves I ever made: pineapple lime jam. The rumor is that the result was so exquisite that my father-in-law ate it straight out of the jar. I’m sorry that it’s taken me nearly 6 years to revisit the combination.
My Meyer lemons are starting to come in and will store well on the tree through early spring. I love this tart and sweet marmalade with chunks of fresh pineapple. If you don't have time to macerate the pineapple overnight, mash to prevent floating.
Sweet and tangy with a warm and gingery finish. I used to chop candied ginger for this project, but I've since discovered Ginger People Ginger Chips. They make it easy to add zingy bits of ginger to any preserve.
This is the first marmalade that I posted when I started way back in April 2010. Creative marmalades are a great way to keep your canning exciting in the winter months. This one happens to make a superb glaze for pork or chicken.
Once known as the fruit of kings, for many years pineapples were available only to natives of the tropics and to wealthy Europeans. It is fantastic dried and I would like to show you how to make a beautiful dried fruit lace with it.