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?
Easy to make, spicy to eat & downright yummy! Homemade Chile Salt is the gift that keeps on giving.
Hot, spicy, briny, pickled sahuaro and jalapeno peppers
Erika shares her favorite non-sweet edible gift to give: Homemade Beef Jerky!
Horseradish gets its holiday groove on with green jalapeno and sweet red pepper speckles woven through thick shreds of pungent fresh horseradish root. Freshly-grated h-root packs an even bigger punch with the green ornaments.
The leaves may be falling from the trees, but summer is still in our souls. This sassy little liqueur relies on whatever fruit is handy and has a spicy little kick that will keep you warm all winter.
Harissa is a spicy, North African condiment made from chiles, served with couscous, potatoes, soups and stews. Perfect holiday gift for any pantry!
It's sweet, it's fiery, it's one of those 'where has this been all my life' tastes. It's hot chili pepper infused honey, and it's good.
It's easy to create an infusion of my two favorite things . . . tequila and hot peppers! Yum! Make sure to wear gloves when handling hot peppers . . . you can thank me later!
Salt-free Homemade Taco Seasoning is tastier and better for you than the packaged stuff. And, it smells ahh-mazing!
This spicy Indian style chutney combines the sweetness of mango with tart persimmon and fiery habanero pepper. It's incredible with cheese, or alongside meats and curries.