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?
This adult version of the childhood classic uses homemade tart cherry syrup and real lemon & lime juice. It's like candy in a glass but with a boozy kick!
Thyme simple syrup - an easy way to add a little extra something to your cocktails!
Strawberry vanilla syrup is a great way to use up spring berries. Perfect for mixing into milk, club soda or cocktails. Or use it in baking or just pour some on your breakfast pancakes.
Kumquats candied in vanilla bean sugar. Also yields an amazing syrup as a byproduct that's perfect in cocktails or homemade sodas!
Pine needles are loaded with Vitamin C. When they are combined with raw honey, they make a great syrup for coughs and colds, or for breakfast dishes!
Making homemade medicine doesn't have to be difficult! An easy place to start is with a DIY immune-boosting, homemade elderberry syrup or jelly to add to your pantry shelf.
Nothing says autumn like pumpkin spice. Instead of treating myself to a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks this year, I decided to make my own! Now I can have pumpkin spice lattes all season.
Extend the shelf life of our favorite herbaceous ingredients: making herb-infused simple syrups. They're easy, delicious and great in cocktails. Recipes for basil, mint and tarragon simple syrups.
Elderflower cordial - an easy to make refreshment that has the scent of summer.
Canning blueberries in a raw pack is easy enough for a new canner and special enough with the addition of Lavender Vanilla Syrup for one who seeks a delicious twist. Lovely on yogurt or with oatmeal, this one is a winner.