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?
Jewish-Tunisian quince preserves. A simple recipe that presents a blueprint for creativity - add vanilla, thyme, or star anise, you can't go wrong with this beautiful fruit.
This richly spiced tangy preserve is the ultimate condiment for your holiday table. It can be served with aged cheeses or pate as an appetizer or with any roasted meat as the main course.
Lovely home-made quince jam with unbelievably attractive orange color.
A pleasantly bitter, well-rounded marmalade, delicious on a crusty piece of whole wheat sourdough with a mug of hot tea.
Quince Paste (Membrillo) is what the best dressed holiday cheese plate is accessorizing with. Thankfully this tasty treat is easy to make.
If for no other reason, I think you should make this marmalade for the smell alone. Every time I walk past the jar I have to open the lid and smell it. It is not only marmalade, but aromatherapy too.
A super yummy and fresh tasting cranberry sauce. Each of the flavors stand out. If you like ginger, this is the cranberry sauce for you.
Some jam is touchy, requiring that everything be just so. And others are easy, coming together almost in spite of you. This quince jam is the latter -- a real floozy of a jam that anyone can make.
Quince in it's most intense, personal and delicious form. Fabulous Membrillo!
Cranberries and quince pair beautifully to create a jewel-toned sauce, tart with the perfect touch of sweetness.