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?
Won't you be my Valentine? Try these "health advancing, brain smartening" Za'atar cauliflower pickles. A Mediterranean cauliflower pickle with just the right hint of spice.
Ever yearn for berry jellies during the middle of winter? Look no further, using organic fruit juice plus a few other staple ingredients you can make a berry'licious jelly anytime of the year!
Sweet, vinegar fennel pickle. Try this pickle in lieu of traditional relish on any sandwich or burger, mix it into salads, or use it as a cocktail garnish.
Adult friendly cinnamon whiskey jelly made with Bulleit bourbon, cinnamon sticks, cider, sugar, pectin, lemon, and love. A sweet cinnamon jam with hints of whiskey notes...
This high alcohol Imperial IPA gives this mustard a pungent ale aftertaste. Hoppy and grainy this condiment would be great served atop a pretzel or bratwurst.
These pickled pears are more sweet than pickle'y. A great sweet treat that can be enjoyed alone, with a pastry type dessert, or over ice cream.
A quick and simple french jardiniere using an assortment of cauliflower, peppers, and carrots. Great side dish or appetizer.
A savory pear chutney myriad of pears, shallots, ginger, raisins, almonds, etc. Well suited as a snack dip, with cheese, or atop a roasted pork butt, other meat, or vegetarian main dish.
Hot kickin’ beets offer a spicy alternative to the traditional sweet pickled beets. A water-bath canned pickled beet recipe made with whole peppercorns, garlic, thyme, hot peppers, cider vinegar, salt, and of course beets!
Easy-to-make homemade sriracha salt