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?
A simple tomato sauce, with roasted heirloom tomatoes for smoky depth, suitable for water-bath canning.
Ottawa Valley Chili Sauce: sweet, tangy and perfect on anything.
This recipe yields eight jars of beautiful, fragrant, chunky tomato sauce that you will love spooning onto your pasta, pizza, potatoes, or rice year-round.
A concentrated bit of summer sunshine, perfect for brightening up sauces and stews throughout the winter.
A bright, citrusy, golden jam made with yellow cherry tomatoes and fresh ginger.
I've seen recipes that add too much sugar, or throw in spices that at best turn it into sweet ketchup and at worst a muddy jumble of flavors. To my mind this is a terrible crime against the naturally beautiful flavor of the tomato.
Nicely spiced, barely sweet and just enough heat to add sparkle to the conversation. Chutney, I like you.
There is nothing that compares to freshly made salsa. You can make restaurant quality salsa in just a few minutes at home.
The end of summer means a fantastic bounty of fresh garden produce. This spectacular salsa is a great way use of some of your harvest!
How to dry tomatoes in the oven and safely store them in oil. With a chewy texture and rich flavor, you'll welcome them in winter when fresh tomatoes are lacking.