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?
Move over brandied cherries, there’s a new brandied fruit in town - Brandied Cranberries!! Tart and sweet and oh-so delicious.
Jalapeño jam will bring some sweet Southern heat to your holidays. What's even better is there is no need to add pectin!
Summer isn’t the only time of the year to make jam. This Christmas jam uses the best of autumn’s harvest – cranberries and apples.
A vegetarian recipe for apple cranberry mincemeat, safe for water-bath canning. Full of fresh and dried fruits, spices and a splash of booze! Christmas in one bite.
Nostradamus was nuts for quince jelly, which he claims is "supreme in appearance, quality, flavor and excellence, which is suitable for presenting to a king."
April McGreger of The Farmer's Daughter takes a Southern classic to new heights by combining it with spicy ginger ale and dried sour cherries to create a spread that puts to shame most of the sweet glop sold in supermarkets.
Jams made with chia are easy and delicious, but there are a few reasons why it's not safe to can them. Find out more.
Chia seeds are an important superfood, but they can be hard to incorporate into the diet due to their texture and appearance. That’s why this Strawberry Chia Seed Jam is so perfect!
This seasonal conserve is tangy but has bursts of sweetness, thanks to the saucy cranberries and supple quince. Goji berries add a pleasant texture as well as additional health benefits.
Jiggly, wiggly jellied cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving classic. But what gives it that firm set? The answer is pectin.