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?
Honeysuckle flowers make a lovely syrup for cocktails, smoothies, sorbets, and sauces.
Why buy artificially flavored syrup when you can make your own? It tastes better and it's cheaper than pure maple (but has maple in it).
If you feel a cold or flu coming on, take 1 teaspoon three times per day. You can also drink Fire Cider on a daily basis, taking just 1 sip (or teaspoon) in the morning
Quick and easy lemon spinach pesto made with almonds and parmesan cheese -- enjoy on pasta, pizza, crostini and more. Bonus: It freezes like a dream!
Vanilla Salt: grey salt scented with vanilla and perfect for dipping strawberries into.
Homemade Vanilla-Rhubarb simple syrup made from fresh garden-harvested rhubarb. Perfect for rhubarb mojito cocktails and mocktails.
Easily preserve ripe, summer cherries in brandy. Add spices, cherry juice, and orange peel to make the most delicious Manhattan garnish.
This is one of the more versatile condiments to have on hand. It can outlast the sprouting fresh garlic in your pantry and is at the ready for marinades, dips and sauces and as a spread for any savory sandwich.
An innovative way to make a thick, creamy, egg-free 'custard' and use up the woody ends of asparagus! Vegan option available.
This homemade barbecue sauce is sweet and spicy with a hit of pepper and a touch of smoke. Free Father's Day printables for a mason jar gift.
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