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?
More flavorful than pumpkin, butternut squash can be canned or pickled in cubes. (Just don't try to can the puree!)
Tangy tomatillos roasted with onions and peppers and then blended with cilantro and lemon juice. What more could you want?
Use all those too ripe tomatoes, questionable hot peppers and small onions and roast them into an incredible spicy red salsa. No recipe needed, just your taste buds!
Countertop yogurt-making is simple and tasty. You only need a culture and countertop to make an easy batch every day. This variety of yogurt is an heirloom culture that can last for generations with basic care.
Mushroom Jam - A slightly sweet and tangy condiment that works as well with a juicy burger as it does with your holiday turkey! May be water-bath canned.
Recipe and full water-bath canning instructions for the easiest jelly on Earth. Plus, use this jelly in an elegant dessert that takes minutes to assemble!
Slow cooker sweet potato applesauce: only two ingredients, one crockpot and zero added sweeteners to create this easy riff on applesauce that has an endless number of uses.
A beautiful color matches a delish flavor that will remind you of Mexico. Take the basic kombucha recipe and amp it up a little.
Raspberry jam with a hint of rosemary. Sugar free, and without pectin, this method is low and slow, but oh so delicious.
This indulgent caramel sauce will go well with your favorite crispy apples, over the top of your ice cream sundae, or simply eat it by the spoonful.
Need a quick crock pot meal? Like savoury and spicy instead of sweet? Curried Apple sauce is great!