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 is the recipe that makes me yearn for our zucchini plants to over-produce.
Grilled corn in a sweet and tangy relish helps capture summer in a jar. Serve it on soft tacos or alongside grilled meats.
Sweet peaches, earthy rosemary, and a hint of heat from the pepper. This is a special jam you will want in your pantry!
Tangy, just sweet enough, and vibrantly colored, this syrup is exactly what I want to be eating all winter long.
Grill up a pile of tomatillos for this smokey, tangy salsa. Great on carnitas!
These chocolate and caramel sauces are perfect gifts for any time of year.
Though it is hard to improve upon fresh unaltered summer berries, this jam comes close and just think of how good it will taste in January!
Sweet tart cherry rhubarb sauce is a perfect match for rich creamy vanilla ice cream.
Slow roasting strawberries and rhubarb yields a preserve with bright, beautiful color, just the right amount of sweetness, and fruit that still has a some bite to it.
Do you hear the call of the jar? This post is for anyone who is uncertain about canning, but wants to give it a try. Pickled Asparagus is the perfect beginners canning project!
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