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?
Pickled Red Onions are super easy to make, but they can wake up a plate of food like nothing else. Put them on tacos, sandwiches, salads, hot dogs and hamburgers. These are spiced with whole pickling spices and jalapeno peppers.
How to make a large batch of refrigerator pickles. They're just the thing to take to potlucks and cookouts this summer.
These pieces of pickled rhubarb with ginger are great little bites on their own: crunchy, tart, and incredibly tasty, but add them a salad, and you've really got something spectacular!
An easy way to brighten up sandwiches, burgers, salads, tacos, nachos, and more, this no-cooking-required pickled onion recipe is ready in just 5 minutes.
We all think of butternut squash as sweet and soft because we're so used to roasting it. But it's a snappy, tart surprise when pickled in crunchy little cubes.
Pickled Asian Pears, made as instructed by Karen Solomon in her new e-book, Asian Pickles: Japan. The book is lovely and worth exploring!
Bourbon and peaches, combined in pickle form. What's not to like?
Grandma's Asian-style cucumber and carrot pickles are given a modern twist with maple agave nectar and chipotle pepper.
Quick and easy pickles made with beer. So good and so easy.
A great recipe for the bounty of cucumbers coming out of your garden.
Quick and easy refrigerator dilly beans -- perfect for a snack or to jazz up your bloody mary.