Pineapple vinegar is made primarily from the leftover peel and core so it is both a delicious and ridiculously thrifty fermented food. Packed chock full of probiotics, we drink it like a shrub or use it in salads, sauces and cocktails.
Both rustic and refined, Pâté de Campagne, or country pâté, could be called the cornerstone of charcuterie. Every chef worth their salt has his or hers own take on this French classic. We compare two cooking methods: bain-marie and sous vide.
No matter what they're called, sea beans (beach asparagus, sea asparagus, samphire, etc.) they're delicious. Easy to pick and delicious in a variety of ways. Here are two quick and easy recipes + information on collecting and general use.
Indian sun pickles are a fun and interesting fermentation technique! They yield some of the most flavorful pickled vegetables you will ever taste. Easy to make and wonderful to eat, this hot pepper version can be adjusted to any spice level.