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 strawberries combined with a well-balanced local red wine make for one of our favorite summer jams!
This how-to, works for the frugal, the conservationists and the seekers of tasty among us. You need nothing special to make wine vinegar, not even "the mother."
I may have gone over the edge with this whole tomato thing. I love all things tomato. But tomato wine? Just thinking of the possibilities! If you've canned or fermented things, home winemaking is totally within your reach.
As simple a preserve as you'll make all month: local plums, local wine & local honey, marry together in jars of local goodness for the winter to come.
Learn to make cherries in wine, equally as delicious served with beef or pork as they are over ice cream. Now that's versatile!
The flavor of peaches is enhanced by the use of sweet white wine. Enjoy this chunky preserve on toast, in yogurt, or right out of the jar!
This sweet cherry wine sauce is perfect on ice cream, or as a glaze on poultry or pork.
A simple dijon mustard with a bit of chutzpah.
Got grapefruit peels? Got wine? Combine. Shake. Wait. Drink!
This jelly made with muscadine wine is sweet and fruity and travels most anywhere wine would go. It also makes a wonderful gift around the holidays for those who like unique food gifts or wine.
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