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?
Classic Genovese pesto is made with basil and pine nuts, but you can mix it up with other herbs and nuts. Here's a bunch of ways to punch up your pesto.
Smoked mussels are an awesome party appetizer. Just the color alone will draw people to them. And done right, they stay juicy and briny. They're also great in pasta dishes and risotto.
A wonderful mustard that blends a little bit sweet, a little bit spicy and a hint of bourbon.
An amazing pesto combination that is reminiscent of Mexican flavors.
A sweet, smooth mustard that delivers a good little kick. The perfect dipping mustard!
A delicious mix of garlic and herbs combine with fresh summer tomatoes, to give you an amazing bruschetta for your favorite crusty bread.
These pickled red onions are fantastic on hamburgers, hot dogs, mixed in with veggie wraps or falafels, mixed in with salad.... they're really easy to use up! Save the brine when the onions are gone and use it for salad dressing.
Just mix a few ingredients together, simmer for a few minutes, and voila! You have an excellent homemade enchilada sauce!
Hot, pungent, sour, and sweet, fire cider can be used in so many ways — from cold cure to cooking to cocktails.
Fire Cider is a homemade concoction said to prevent cold and flu symptoms and boost your immune system. It’s anti-bacterial, anti-viral, congestion clearing and warming.
Hard cider is fairly quick and easy to make, all you need is some apple cider, yeast and vessel to ferment in. The whole process can be done in less than a week.
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