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?
Pickled Green Beans: crisp beans in a tequila and Thai chili brine
Cherubic little gherkins take on a less-than-angelic bite when marinated in tequila for an amazing cocktail garnish or midnight snack.
Blackberries are delicious by themselves, but add in a bit of cinnamon and tequila and you've got a flavour combination that can't be beat! Try this jam with whichever pectin and level of sugar you like to use, but add in an extra zing!
Strawberry Margarita jam inspired by Mexican tequila and local strawberries. Using low-sugar pectin, the fresh tastes of berry, tart lime, and smooth tequila are allowed to shine like the summer sun.
I've made a lot of infusions, but never left to steep more than a couple weeks. Having tried three infusions that have sat for a year -- well, this changes everything.
It's easy to create an infusion of my two favorite things . . . tequila and hot peppers! Yum! Make sure to wear gloves when handling hot peppers . . . you can thank me later!
Make Hatch Chile-infused Tequila for a Hatch Chile Margarita!
A delightful blend of apricots, Grand Marnier and white tequila. Suitable for toast and marinades.
The soaking of watermelon chunks in quality tequila for a few days affords the best Watermelon Margaritas you've ever tasted. Promise.
Infuse tequila with cucumber and jalapeño; then use this spicy liquor to create fantastic margaritas.