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?
Go on out and pick yourself some blackberries! This recipe is a berry sweet, tangy lime way to put your harvest to work.
Ever thought of entering your preserves in a local fair or contest? Here are a few blue-ribbon tips.
Are Blenheim apricots homely? Well, yeah. But they make a prizewinning, flavor-packed jam. Add some amaretto liqueur and it'll be hard to keep your spoon out of the jar.
Some won't make jam without it, others won't go near it. Here's what you should know before you invest in a copper jam pan.
Tart apples, bergamot, almond. The subtle flavors and jewel tones of this jelly are available for canning year 'round.
Welcome summer's berry days! This basic, lower-sugar boysenberry jam recipe will easily adapt itself to any blackberry variety.