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 go on sale after Christmas - here's a fun way to take advantage of the bargains by making delicious booze!
Tipsy Toms! Vodka infused tomatoes - they make a great foodie gift and are the perfect party nibble too!
A traditional Azorean liqueur, made to be served around the holidays. Lemon causes milk solids to coagulate, leaving a sweet, yellow liqueur known as o xixi do menino Jesus, or baby Jesus pee.
This fun and festive holiday liqueur will make your seasons bright! Get ready for the holiday cheer with a simple infusion of candy canes and cacao nibs in vodka. Cheers~
Local Minnesota Summercrisp Pears soaked in vodka for 3 months, results in a vodka with a pretty pink brown hue that tastes like pear heaven, sweat, floral and delicious. But you can make this easy infusion with any ripe pear you have on hand.
Lemon + Thyme + Vodka = Good stuff.
How to make super simple Herb Garden Vodka that tastes a bit like those expensive herbal drinks you can buy in Italy and Spain.
Easy homemade gift for the holidays - raspberry liqueur. Can serve chilled as an after dinner drink or add a splash to a glass of champagne!
Here is a recipe for toothsome yuletide tipple which if you start now will be ready to sip on 28th December. Technically still Christmas.
Peach Liqueur: ripe peaches, simple syrup and brandy make a great winter treat that's perfect to give.