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?
I make an online cooking show at http://hilahcooking.com and in my free time enjoy long walks, chips and salsa, and bringing home stray dogs.
Basic technique for making compound butter with several ideas for herb and spice combination. Use compound butters on meat, vegetables, fish, pasta, pancakes, waffles, any ol' thang!
A rainbow of naturally colored Easter eggs made from purple cabbage, red beets, and turmeric
See how to sprout beans and seeds with very little equipment in just a few days. Use sprouted beans raw in salads or stir fry; add alfalfa and broccoli sprouts to salads and sandwiches
Salmon cured with salt and sugar, dill and fennel seed. Gravlax is a fairly quick and easy recipe to serve any way you might serve smoked salmon.
An old Southern recipe for sweet pickled peaches or nectarines. Use as a condiment alongside meats or use the syrup in cocktails.
It's your basic kimchi here, made with Napa cabbage, carrots, daikon and a buttload of gochugaru.