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?
Has it been a great year for apples? Learn how to use them to make apple sugar to sweeten winter treats.
Make and can delicious Concord grape jam. Eat it on toast, make jam print cookies, or use it as a filling in donuts.
Spicy pickled red onions with habanero and fresh tarragon.
Lime Cordial: ginger and lime syrup perfect to make homemade Shandies or the best gingerale.
Made exclusively with local and seasonal fruit and vegetables, this pickle has all the flavour of the original and at a fraction of the cost of store-bought.
This roasted summer compot should really be called Odds & Ends Compot as it is a great way of using up all those bits and pieces in the fruit bowl and fridge.
A simple way of bringing a timeless dessert into a delicious liquor.
Fridge pickles are a quick way to use some of this years' garden cucumbers. Refrigerator pickles take half hour to make and last 3 months - without canning.
Making tomato paste doesn't need to be a pain in the neck! This method is so simple and makes a delicious homemade tomato paste with roasted cherry tomatoes that you can store in the freezer and use all winter.
Love beer? Love mustard? Well then, personalize this mustard by using your favorite beer! Porter or pale, stout or wheat -- each are different and delicious in their own way. As you may already know.
Goes great with brats or pretzels. Enjoy...