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?
Spicy & sweet Sriracha pickled eggplant & zucchini cubes
Summer squash pickles with cilantro, coriander, and garlic. Spicy squash coins!
Jardiniere: canning pickled vegetables ready to give crunch to any snack or meal.
Being on a sodium-restricted diet doesn't mean you have to give up your love of pickles. This recipe for low-sodium pickled fennel is delicious and healthful.
Pickled Green Tomatoes packed with spice and heat!
Sweet and spicy candied jalapeños are easy to make and hard to resist. Can the extra syrup for a meat marinade you'll not soon forget.
Combine the powerful disease fighting benefits of turmeric with the gut-healthy probiotics of raw sauerkraut, and you have winner for your health and a delicious addition to your table!
Already made enough jam? Try these two less-common ways to preserve plums. Prunes are an easy dehydrator project. Umeboshi is a Japanese pickled plum that is a bit more involved, but mouthwateringly tart and salty.
Ever wonder why your quick pickles end up soft and without that satisfying crunch? Check out some of these tips and see what you could try doing differently.
Make quick pickled jalapeños! Whether you have a large jalapeño bounty from your garden or you picked up a bunch at the store, pickling is a fun summer activity.