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 savory yet sweet black pepper and wine cherry jam. Enjoy on a sandwich with salted almond butter.
Mint wine ends up with an amazing, unexpected flavor, rather like a sweet chardonnay, and does not taste like mint tea! Use up your overabundance of mint - you'll be glad that you did.
Fresh Apricots and Chardonnay wine combine to make this delicious, low sugar jam using Pomona's Pectin.
Berry wine compote is made from four kinds of fruits and blackberry wine and tastes even better when paired with peanut butter bars.
Red Wine Jelly is rich and luxurious and perfect on toast, with a cheeseboard or drizzled over ice-crream.
Cherries and Cabernet Sauvignon pair together in this amazing preserve. Its perfect for scones, biscuits or hot, fresh bread - yum!
Making wine at home is fun, economical, so delicious, and a lot easier than you may think. These step-by-step instructions will have you making your first gallon in no time!
Strawberries are steeped in a rosé syrup, then the syrup is reduced and the berries are added back in at the very last to preserve the integrity of the fruit while imparting a distinct rosé flavor.
This particular jam combines two of our favorite summertime ingredients: raspberries and rosé. Since the recipe is so simple, West suggests using the best quality raspberries you can find (pick out any bruised ones).
Preserve the heady aroma of lilacs by turning them into wine!