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?
Sweet Tea Jelly is great on toast or biscuits, and amazing in the center of a thumbprint sugar cookie. But for a little something different, use it as a glaze for chicken wings or a pork roast.
Use dried herbs/loose black or green tea to hand make an extra-special "Steeped in Love" Valentines Gift.
Become your own master tea blender using tangerine peel, hibiscus, and jasmine. Homemade tea is fresher, more flavorful and healthier than anything you can buy in a store.
This is a jam that fascinates. Tangy citrus, sweet apples and the tannins of good tea all wrapped up in floral aromas. There is a bonus recipe for Satsuma Marmalade.
A jelly made from Davidson's organic Hibiscus flower tea and rose petals. Definitely unique, and not for the casual jelly lover.
Making kombucha tea requires the lowest-maintenance of any cultured beverage. Just make sweet tea every 7-14 days, and bottle the finished tea.
Learn how to make probiotic kombucha (fermented tea) at home. It tastes better than store-bought, and costs much less to make! There's no limit to the flavor combinations you can make.
Imagine you've had to abandon the Titanic, drift among the icebergs, and finally landed in New York. Sounds like time for a proper drink, infused with strong tea and a liberal hand at the bottle. Bottoms up!
If you like Earl Grey tea & pears - try this one - its a keeper.
A fruity, tea-infused jelly.