Pears are a delight in the jar... so pretty through the glass, floating golden in their juices, serene, plump as Buddhas. Here we’ve taken 6lbs of Comice pears, ripe but firm, & canned them with an unexpected, delicious combination of spices. Enjoy!
Many cocktails are bound by a few splashes of bitters. Recent cocktail culture has bitters on every mixologist’s mind, and many bars now have their own house bitters blends. Enjoy learning bitters basics plus an orange bitters recipe in this post!
Limoncello is a traditional digestif of southern Italy, where the lemon trees give an abundance of bright, yellow fruit. This drink concentrates the flavor of those fresh golden fruits, making it the perfect palate cleanser after a rich meal.
Home brewing your own beer can be a daunting task if you've never done it before. And even if you have, this recipe for brewing one gallon of American Pale Ale is the perfect small-scale home brewing project that produces delicious results! Enjoy...
Tomatoes: the darling of summer, tender, bright & bold. Corn: ancient grass, bred tall & powerful, thirsty & sweet. Jalapenos dangle & dance, on the branch, the palate, all zing & sizzle. These flavors together? Delicious, fiery, summer in a jar...
As the last of the lemons hang like a hundred little lanterns, we pick them into woven baskets and blend them with lavender flowers to make Lemon-Lavender Marmalade. A colorful, elegant tasting marmalade, this end of summer recipe is sure to delight!
Cauliflower may look like brains. but in this recipe the crunch, salty tang, and subtle sizzle from the pepper has us yearning for more. Plus, cauliflower has serious lacto-bacillic street cred when fermented in this simple 5% brine. Get ferment'n!
Made from green, immature walnuts, Nocino turns from lime green to the darkest black with age. Traditional in parts of Italy, it is a digestif for after meals. Wow your friends with this easy, traditional recipe for Nocino liqueur, you'll love it.
This recipe lacks modern additives and preservatives, making it both delicious and healthy. The word exquisite doesn't usually describe ketchup, until you taste homemade ketchup. Suddenly, you'll start dreaming about what all you can slather it on...
A shrub is a fruity, flavored vinegar. It is often sweetened and cooked down into a syrup to flavor cocktails or carbonated drinks. Get inspired by two of our favorite shrub recipes: Strawberry Basil and Strawberry Lavender Shrub. Enjoy!