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?
Sweetly aromatic heads of elderflowers are cropping up all over. Capture their springlike essence while you can with these DIY elderflower projects.
My first attempt at making bacon was a resounding success: proof that making bacon really is easy! Get a pork belly from a local farmer, order some pink salt and choose some favorite herbs and spices - Get ready for delicious!
HOT pickled peppers!!! Enjoy these pickled peppers as an ingredient in vegetarian chile, spicy slaw for homemade pupusas, or if you get really brave… inside some chile rellenos.
Natto - A Japanese ferment that is associated with treating just about every ailment from high cholesterol to heart disease to varicose veins! As easy to make as yogurt and very fun to play with!
Looking to start your first garden (or your first garden in a new space)? Here are the top five considerations to make before jumping in!
Wondering when to start your seeds for this year's garden? Here's an easy to follow seed starting timeline!
Homemade lemonade concentrate. Enjoy fresh, homemade lemonade from your winter lemons when you really want it, in summer!
Making your own preserved lemons is easy, and it provides a secret ingredient for your cooking for months to come!
A few ways to pickle your eggs with finished ferments while also making them totally beautiful.
4 days of maple syrup making in beautiful Vermont, that included a home boil and tours of two sugarhouses!
Ramps, onions, vinegar, cane sugar and sea salt create a very unique flavored jam. Get out and forage for some ramps!
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