This cranberry sauce has hints of orange, cinnamon and cloves. Apples and raisins give the sauce sweetness and texture. We like to can 8 oz. jars of this delicious condiment a few weeks before Thanksgiving to send to far-away family and friends!
Preserving figs with lemon and Grand Marnier is so easy and the flavor is amazing. We picked figs from an old homestead tree in the Columbia City neighborhood of Seattle...learn more about the tree, watch the video, and get the recipe!
Captain Morgan Private Stock rum and brown sugar are the secret ingredients in these luscious, boozy, canned peaches. This recipe yields 8 quarts or 16 pints. Perfect for gift-giving if they last until the holidays.
Spicy Dilly Beans are the perfect condiment for a Bloody Mary. They are also super easy to make and a wonderful gift. This recipe uses 5 lbs. of beans, fresh dill and dried chilis or fresh red jalapeños for an extra kick!
I combined wild blackberries and chipotle chiles to create a warm, smoky, flavorful jelly. This is a great substitute for cranberry sauce and tastes amazing on a turkey sandwich or in a glaze for ham or turkey. Made with low-sugar pectin, too!
In this post we share a 100+ year old recipe for Swedish Pickled Beets. Canned with a simple water bath process, these pickled beets get their unique flavor from cinnamon stick, whole cloves and whole all-spice