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?
Sweet, salty and scorching hot—what more could you want in a snack?
Fresh pineapple and lemon combine to make a sweet and simple jam well-suited for yogurt.
You can have the taste of the tropics, even in the winter! Infuse fresh pineapple in your choice of spirit, and sip your way to happiness. We infused both rum and vodka. It was a tough choice to pick a favorite. Which will you pick?
Full of colour and full of flavour. A special jam to enjoy for the holidays.
The chef of LA's Father's Office shares recipes (and history) for fig-tamarind and peach-pineapple ketchups. Via LA Times.
It's Canning Week 2011 Blog Party! Sign up to win a Punk Domestic t-shirt and while your there check out this recipes for a citrus tasting jam is sure to awaken your senses on your breakfast toast.
The ultimate use-up what you've got jam! Frozen rhubarb, can of pineapple, strawberries and nectar from homemade strawberry liqueur. Big, delicious results from a fast and easy jam.
Another great way to use the upcoming tomato crop. I used the leaves from my pineapple basil plant to add a different spin on this fantastic savory sweet jam. Great for burgers, sandwiches, and eggs.
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