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?
This healthy treat is easy to make - just budget time for it to cook slowly in either the oven or a food dehydrator.
Turn those hard, astringent quinces into a sweet, dense paste with a wonderful floral flavor that provides the perfect foil for cheese, especially Manchego, it's traditional counterpart.
Zippy, zingy, spicy, sweet goodness in a jar. Can be made with peaches or nectarines. Recipe via Kevin's West's lovely book, Saving the Season.
Sweet and spiced, this summer chutney is the perfect foil for curries, roasted meats and more.
These sweet,lightly spiced bread & butter pickles are a great addition to burgers, sandwiches & more. Kirby cukes make for the best pickles.
Pickling asparagus yields an out of this world flavor that must be tasted to be believed. Give this easy way to preserve the unique, fresh taste of late spring a try. Also, fun with kids!
Now is the time to make this delectable sweet, spiced, savory tomato jam. It's great on burgers, with lamb kabobs and a million other ways. And it's EASY to make - you don't even have to peel the tomatoes or remove the seeds...
Month by month spreadsheet with recipes to help you preserve the best of spring, summer and fall's bounty to enjoy for the whole year.
These zippy, zingy, garlicky, crunchy green tomatoes are delicious AND a great way to foil thieving chipmunks or make use of a blight-induced windfall.
Wondering what to do with all those crazy, curly garlic scapes? Try pickling them! A great way to preserve them and complement their natural flavor.