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 fig and thyme jam was a winner even before it won a blue ribbon at the fair! A super simple, no-pectin jam that's lovely as a sweet or savory condiment. Baked brie and fig jam, anyone?
Summer cucumbers pickled in a salty brine (no vinegar) and flavored with dill, garlic, coriander and chile.
no time but need pickles? That was why I chose this easy dill pickle recipe - so good and worth the small investment in time.
Peach jam is made new with the addition of steeped sarsaparilla root. Inspired by a bowl of peaches & cream.
An unexpected treat: sweet, tart and with a nice pep from the ginger and citrus. One of my favorite jams to make and eat.
Apricot jam with a sneaky twist-- not too spicy, just zingy enough to be interesting.
This fresh plum chutney is flavored with ginger, garlic, rice wine vinegar, honey and chili - perfect alongside grilled fish or chicken.
In this post, you'll learn why wine bottle raised beds are great for the garden. They're easy to build, sustainable and are beautiful too!
must. make. pickled. beets.
You can make homemade pickled cherries using this super easy recipe - no canner or canning experience required! Then, use the cherry pits to make a simple, but tasty liqueur!