Chestnuts Old and New

When Jack Frost comes nipping at your nose, break out the chestnuts. Here's a few ways to use them beyond simply enjoying them by the fireside.

Chestnut Jam
Chestnut Jam
Creamy, sweet and rich, chestnut jam harkens back to early American traditions. From Auburn Meadow Farm.

Chestnut Spread
Chestnut Spread
Another rich confection made from chestnuts. This spread is a snap when you use the pressure cooker. From Hip Pressure Cooking.
Honey-Sweetened Chestnut Butter
Honey-Sweetened Chestnut Butter
Silky, slightly sweet, and flecked with vanilla seeds, this chestnut butter is good for breakfast or for adding to holiday gift baskets. From Food in Jars.
Chestnut Chutney
Chestnut Chutney
Chestnut Chutney with red onion and fennel is great on cheese and bread or spruce up some of those holiday leftovers. From Kitchen Apparel.
Chestnut Infusion
Chestnut Infusion
Infuse chestnuts with cranberries and cinnamon in whiskey to make a delicious base for holiday cocktails. From My Man's Belly.

 

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