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?
Cranberries and quince pair beautifully to create a jewel-toned sauce, tart with the perfect touch of sweetness.
Even if you haven’t done much jam, jelly or sauce making this recipe is easy; sweet summer fruit simmered in sugar and booze until they melt into a sauce.
Cajeta goat milk caramel adds a bit of exotic excitement to all the things you’d usually do with caramel…Poured over ice cream, drizzled onto pound cakes, spread onto shortbread cookies, but is also fantastic for flavoring buttercream frosting.
Sugar-free apple sauce is easy and makes good baby food.
A lighty-seasoned base sauce made with farm-fresh red tomatoes, onion, and garlic.
What do with all those Hatch Green Chiles this year! Combine them with tomatillos to make a winning green sauce.
Homemade Worcestershire sauce - zesty and robust!
My goal was to can a pizza sauce that I could use straight out of the jar; no defrosting, no bubbling on the stove getting red splatters all over. Behold my homemade canned pizza sauce:
A sauce made from stone fruit and wine that's just as good drizzled on savory dishes as it is on ice cream.
This simple barbecue sauce recipe will add tons of flavor to your favorite grilled meats. And it's one of those 5 ingredients or less recipes.
Visit Punk Domestics's profile on Pinterest.