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?
Roasted Meyer Lemon and Shallot Chutney, with just a touch of sea salt.
Homemade raisins from my own grape tree! They are smaller than the raisins you buy in a store, which is nicer in some ways because their sweetness comes in little bursts. These would be really great in muffins or cookies, etc.
Chickweed is one of the rare winter wild edible greens. It's a great raw salad herb and can be preserved as a vinegar, too. Read on to learn how to ID it and what to do with it.
Chamomile with a bit of honey and lemon will turn your vodka into a delicious liqueur. This is a unique treat!
Create your own flavored butters - both sweet and savory
What could be more appropriate to get you in the holiday spirit than Gingerbread Liqueur? This tastes just like gingerbread! Cheers to your holidays.
Need any tips on straining or filtering all those home made liqueurs you are making for the holidays? A jelly bag is your best friend!
The flavors of pear and cranberry shine through into a wonderful liqueur. This has just the right amount of sweetness and spice!
This Allspice Liqueur has been called "Christmas in a Glass". Start your infusion now to have it in time for the holidays!
Chocolate and Orange go great together in this amazing liqueur! Easy and delicious cocktails too!
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