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?
A simple, straightforward tutorial on processing sweet corn for freezing.
Roasting Hatch chiles is easy on the stovetop with a griddle! Peel, seed, chop and freeze in small containers for storage.
How to preserve 100+ lbs. of tomatoes with virtually no work. Canned, frozen, dried, and a cherry tomato bisque recipe thrown in for kicks.
A how-to for making your own pesto and pizza dough to use now or freeze for later use. Both recipes can be made in small batches or multiplied for larger quantities.
If I can make only one tomato-y thing to remind me of summer all winter long, it would be this uncooked tomato sauce, frozen in batches. Perfection in its simplicity!
How to Freeze Fresh Shelling Beans
A step-by-step tutorial on making a quick, easy, unreduced tomato sauce to use in the winter. Instead of canning, this sauce is frozen in Ziploc bags, saving both time and clean-up.
Too hot to get canning? There's more than one way to preserve the season. Freezing is the fastest and easiest way, so go grab your cherry pitter!
Don't let family vacations stop you from loading up on the delicate and delicious berries of summer. With a bit of freezer rearrangement, you can enjoy them all the way into the cool days of autumn.
There are so many ways to preserve strawberries. Let me show you some of my favorites: Freezing, canning strawberry syrup and jam from its pulp.