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 delicious mix of garlic and herbs combine with fresh summer tomatoes, to give you an amazing bruschetta for your favorite crusty bread.
July is the time to forage for the wild wineberry. A delicious variety of raspberry that makes the most beautiful jelly.
Small batches are quick and easy! This one uses fresh apricots and cherries to make a smooth delicious jam. Yields 3-4 8-oz jars
A quick and simple pickled pattypan squash recipe. Super easy to modify, make it sweet or make it spicy!
These sweet,lightly spiced bread & butter pickles are a great addition to burgers, sandwiches & more. Kirby cukes make for the best pickles.
Spied gooseberries at your local farmers market? Here are some ideas for how to use them, including a recipe for a straightforward gooseberry jam.
These pickled red onions are fantastic on hamburgers, hot dogs, mixed in with veggie wraps or falafels, mixed in with salad.... they're really easy to use up! Save the brine when the onions are gone and use it for salad dressing.
Sweet and tangy maple pickled beets. A colorful combo. of beets, pearl onions, ginger, and star anise.
Don't like seeds? Make up some currant-raspberry jelly.
Soy and sesame pickled garlic scapes. Tangy, nutty, and full of heat. Enjoy these pickled scapes atop a salad, pizza, in a hummus, or straight out of the jar.
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