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?
Want to bottle up the flavors of autumn? This low-sugar jelly captures the tangy, spicy taste of fresh apple cider. Try this as a light, jeweled alternative to apple butter.
Dehydratin' fool provides techniques for making tasty cooking and finishing salts with dried carrots and celeriac.
Battle your yellow, overgrown cucumbers by turning them into a classic German pickle, sweet and tangy with mustard seed.
Detailed instructions for canning albacore tuna. I haven't been able to find a comprehensive guide to tuna canning...so I wrote one! Includes pictures and tips from a Master Food Preserver tuna class.
I needed a base recipe for safe kosher-style dill pickles. You do, too. Here I annotate two recipes developed by Extension -- one for quick(ish) dill pickles, the other for fermented dills.
Missing Jewish deli corned beef on the West Coast? Try this recipe for home-corned beef to take on your summer picnic. Great for those listless roast cuts from your local beef share.
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