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?
This simple barbecue sauce recipe will add tons of flavor to your favorite grilled meats. And it's one of those 5 ingredients or less recipes.
These fresh peach preserves get an extra flavor boost with the addition of vanilla and fresh summer basil.
Green walnut liqueur, aka Nocino, is traditionally an Italian liqueur that has a fantastically mysterious flavor that you can make at home.
A description of four ways to preserve prickly pear cactus pads (nopales in Spanish): drying, pressure canning, pickling and freezing with links to two ways to preserve the fruit.
Strawberry cocktail recipes are a perfect summer cocktail. When vintage cocktailia meets new mixology you get a strawberry shrub cocktail.
Preserved Meyer lemons to be used in Moroccan food and other dishes.
A little sweet, a little savory, perfect with a fried egg on toast; fig, caramelized onion and bacon jam.
A combination of exotic ingredients like buddah's hand and Asian pear make for a deliciously sippable liqueur.
Now bacon has a home at every meal. If you find yourself making excuses about your meal choices just so you can have bacon, then bacon chutney will become your new best friend.
Dried mission figs soaked in red wine and balsamic vinegar. Drunken pickled figs are perfect on a charcuterie platter & make a perfect hostess gift idea.