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?
Parsley, cilantro and garlic make the backbone of this Argentinean sauce, perfect over grilled beef but delicious with almost anything.
Amaretto cherry butter: it's cooked in a slow cooker (crockpot). It's considerably easier than pie. It is low in sugar. And it's fabulous.
Garnish a duck plate or a roasted turkey with these fun little blueberries. They are also great on vanilla ice cream with a drizzle of real maple syrup. From "The Broad Fork" by Hugh Acheson.
Strawberry and basil vinegar is the perfect addition to summer salads (especially with chicken) and fruit dishes too.
Making elderflower syrup and thoughts on elderflower liqueur.
These dehydrated Zucchini Walnut Crackers are hearty and healthy.
Dehydrated crackers with tomato, onion and spices. They can be made with chia or flax seeds.
Caraway is wonderful in harrisa, aquavit, and sauerkraut, and it is also a wonderful addition to your home garden. Find out more about growing and harvesting this easy and versatile herb!
Just one of the edible parts of the common milkweed, the young pods are now ready for harvesting. This recipe is as simple to make as it is exotic in flavour!
Tangy peach barbecue sauce, makes 4 half pint jars. Try it on chicken or pork.
Don't want to invest in a yogurt maker? There are plenty of other ways to incubate your homemade yogurt, many of which you probably already have on hand.