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?
Sage blossom jelly is springtime in a jar: herbal, floral, sweet, delicious, and the perfect shade of pink. And it came from my own backyard!
Slow down with one of the easiest and most delicious fermenting recipes I know. These pungent fermented cloves can be added to salads, sauces, meats and martinis for an extra punch that is addictive.
A variation of headcheese made with pig trotters, green chili, pine nuts and seasonings.
Savory, tender, and moist home made sausages flavored with cheddar, sage, and cherry for charcutepalooza.
Another entry for the June Charcutepalooza challenge, a poultry sausage made with duck, cranberries, sage, and port.
Honey Biscuits, Homemade Garlic-Sage Breakfast Sausage, Country Sausage Gravy!
What to do with all that delicious tasso ham made for the latest Charcutepalooza challenge? A classic jambalaya is the way to go...
Growing up friends would never have an opportunity to try or would absolutely never put these in their mouths. So for all those friends who don't like Black Eyed Peas... thanks mom, more for me!
Chickening out on an ingredient I'm just not ready to work with, I tackle pork chops, which are scary to me for a whole different reason.
And you know what? They're delicious. Check out the apple brine!
Deep peachy flavor with a hint of tropical sage. Get your summer on before it's gone!