Once you've eaten as much fresh pesto as you can stomach and have given away enough dill, marjoram, and thyme to outfit a small herbarium, it’s time to consider plan B: freezing and drying those herbs for later use.
This recipe is a tad intense to prep. But all the fuss is forgotten when the heat hits the pot — the perfume of the lemons and lovely pink hue that the onions bring to the picture dispel all memory of tedium. This is truly a gorgeous jam.
Herbal vinegar is a delicious start to many wonderful dishes and it is important to remember that, delicious as it is on salads, it can be used on many other foods as well. You can choose any number of herbs or spices to make your infused vinegar....
Is your yard overflowing with kumquats, or you bought a basket of these irresistible little fruits at the store and don't know what to do with them? Try these liqueurs made with the best of all liqueur bases- white brandy.