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?
Fire Cider is a homemade concoction said to prevent cold and flu symptoms and boost your immune system. It’s anti-bacterial, anti-viral, congestion clearing and warming.
This nut butter is made using toasted dessicated coconut and roasted hazelnuts. The addition of coconut makes it a super spreadable, creamy butter even right out of the refrigerator.
A super simple recipe for homemade marionberry freezer jam.
Don’t be mistaken. This is not Gwyneth Paltrow’s “go-to nosh” after a detoxing, beachside pilates sesh’. It is, however, a full-fat, full-flavored hors d’oeuvre of which Julia Child would be proud to serve—at least I’d like to think so.
If you like whiskey, honey and SPICY peppers... this is for you! Make Habanero Honey Whiskey. I dare you.
Pepper sauce, or “peppa sauce” to use the Southern parlance, is a dead-simple Southern staple. The recipe couldn’t be easier: peppers and vinegar in a bottle. But don’t let the simplicity fool you.
Brrrr... it's cold out there! Warm up with a winter spiced bourbon infusion. Just slip some spices and fruit into some whiskey and you're sure to heat up even if its freezing outside.
A basic recipe for apple cider with inspiration for variations on flavors. Via Portland Mercury.
This fun and festive holiday liqueur will make your seasons bright! Get ready for the holiday cheer with a simple infusion of candy canes and cacao nibs in vodka. Cheers~
A tangy and bright cranberry sauce, with hints of Juniper, Orange, and Rosemary. Complete with canning instructions.
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