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?
Here's a great way to rid your garden of the pesky pill bugs, eatin' earwigs and sneaky snails - beer! They all love the stuff. And you don't have to give up your favorite ale or lager either...
This is how I made a really tasty wild nettles beer with foraged stinging nettles and a wild culture. It was pretty simple, and came out like a nice IPA!
Serve with corned beef and Irish soda bread for St. Patrick's Day!
Quick and easy pickles made with beer. So good and so easy.
A great recipe for the bounty of cucumbers coming out of your garden.
A spicy homemade mustard made with Guinness stout! Yummy, spicy and very zippy!
My version of Brooklyn Brine Co.'s "Hop Pickles"; except mine is made with Samuel Adams Latitude 48 IPA. Super easy, super quick, super delicious.
Pickles and beer, together at last. The subtle malt and bitterness of beer adds another dimension to garlicky, spicy, assertive cukes.
I have a mustard-lover in my house. He eats mustard with everything. So I like to make my own, in volume, a quart at a time. It’s so easy, not to mention inexpensive, that there’s really no sense in buying it.
A hearty mustard for slathering on sandwiches, pretzel dipping and all around mustard-y pursuits.
How to gather roots of the wild sassafras tree to make true old-fashioned root beer.