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 quick pickle for asparagus.
Tarragon vinegar. Its culinary uses and medicinal properties.
As surprising as the idea may first sound, Tarkhun is actually quite good and carries tarragon’s pleasant, mildly liquorice flavor.
We have a beet pickled egg with cardamom and star anise, as well as a curried pickled egg with Indian spices, a jalapeno pickled egg with cumin and oregano, and a tarragon pickled egg with mustard seeds. My favorite is the beet pickled egg.
Growing up friends would never have an opportunity to try or would absolutely never put these in their mouths. So for all those friends who don't like Black Eyed Peas... thanks mom, more for me!
Naturally pickled asparagus with spring garlic, tarragon, garlic, pepper and coriander seeds. A perfect way to preserve spring!
These shallots are great when they're cooked in the pan with roast beef.
An easy, reliable mustard recipe with character.
Multiple explorations into the technique of Brining. An absolute must for home grilled ribs.
Tarragon makes the perfect accent flavor for a batch of asparagus pickles. Process for long storage, or keep a crisp batch in the fridge.