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?
Want to grow great food? It all starts with great soil! This is soil 101 - soil fundamentals that every gardener should know about. Plus, 3 simple ways to care for your soil.
Homemade Worcestershire sauce - zesty and robust!
Spicy Dilly Beans are the perfect condiment for a Bloody Mary. They are also super easy to make and a wonderful gift. This recipe uses 5 lbs. of beans, fresh dill and dried chilis or fresh red jalapeños for an extra kick!
A chart of complimentary dry and wet flavor "zing" components for common fruits to help you create new and fun signature jam flavors.
Strawberry jam with the bright notes of fresh ginger and garden mint.
Satusma Marmalade - great on toast, and even better as the base of a dark chocolate tart.
Sweet Spiced Apple Butter from The Hazel Bloom starts with whole spices, orange juice, and fresh Washington apples.
Store-bought applesauce doesn’t hold a candle to homemade applesauce. Make a little to eat, and a lot of applesauce for canning, and then enjoy it all winter.
Vanilla Apricot Jam from The Hazel Bloom. Tart-sweet apricots are mellowed, just a little, by vanilla beans. Yum!