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?
Skip the store-bought plum sauce and make this tangy condiment with apricots instead.
These recipes by Jennifer Harris are spicy, flavorful and so much better than your average condiments. The best part about them is how simple the recipes are! Check out our bling tasting at youtube.com/spoiledtoperfection!
Surprisingly poetic okra are transformed into briny, pickled beauties in this easy recipe.
Ginger jaggery chutney with mango chunks. Flavored with cumin and dry red chillies.
Apricot paste, a thick fruit leather-like confection, is a popular Middle Eastern treat bursting with tongue-tingling flavor.
I am never buying salsa again, now that I know how easy it is to make, how inexpensive, and how delicious it is! Toast and grind whole cumin for REALLY amazing flavor.
All it takes is a little time, a little vodka and some rose petals for this delicate Rose Infused Vodka.
Quick pickled mouse melons! Perfect for a mouse sized picnic. :)
This recipe for fruit butter made with pureed apricots, applesauce, honey, and a bit of cider was a complete accident. But it's good!
Limequats aren't common, but they're starting to become more visible. One great way to use them is in a simple, versatile syrup like this one with honey.