The amount of salt, monosodium glutamate (MSG), and hydrogenated oil (trans fat) store-bought bouillon contains just isn’t something I want to feed my family. Why make a soup from scratch only to then add a highly processed ingredient?
Tangy, sweet and spicy quick-pickled jalapeno peppers are ready in 15 minutes, and good to spice up any drink, salad, wrap, or order of nachos. You will never have to buy another jar of pickled jalapenos again!
You’d think that after six years I’d develop my own recipe for the rhubarb vanilla jelly, but here’s the honest truth: jelly scared me. Today I’m sharing a homemade jelly recipe that’s not actually that scary after all.
My natural first thought was marmalade, but it’s an awful lot of work and my time was decidedly short. Then I remembered citrus jam. It’s something I’ve made in the past with grapefruit to delicious results.
As a canner, it’s long been a great disappointment to me that there’s no way to safely preserve homemade caramel sauce so that it can be shelf staple and given as gifts. All that changed when I discovered fruit-based caramel sauces.