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?
Step up your salt! Combine regular salt with chilies, mushrooms, citrus, herbs, and other flavorings to give your foods more complexity and brightness.
If you'd love to make fresh apple juice at home, but don't want to buy a juicer, this is the way to go: hand-pressed apple juice, and perfect every time.
Foraging for exotic Newfoundland berries and Mixed Wild Berry Jam.
When you add the sugar makes a difference with stone fruit. Try this recipe for a delicious, bright nectarine jam.
Fresh summer peaches, mint and a nice hit of bourbon make a deeply delicious jam.
A dry wine made from goldenrod flowers and ginger. Learn how to brew a one gallon batch of mead or wine from these lovely weeds and wildflowers!
Honey strawberry jam has a special floral and subtle, sweet and promising flavour, leading you to reach for that spoon.
This recipe uses a selection of hedgerow fruit to create a rich jelly that tastes of the season. The ingredients are adaptable, and the method couldn't be simpler!
Original recipe for spicy, sweet nectarine ketchup.
Light, bright, not too hot and and not at all stinky, summer kimchi is an alternative to slaw and relishes. Cabbage, carrots and radishes, it's only slightly sour and crunchy.
This herbaceous green chutney, with its digestion-friendly properties, is the perfect partner for spicy fried Indian snacks.