What happens when you remove some of the bitter from a cranberry and replace it with sour? This is one of the most interesting things I've tasted in a long time - ideal for fish, cocktails or in yogurt with maple syrup.
While we love to dehydrate ingredients in their purest form - there's lots of room to experiment, adapt and use cooking knowledge when dehydrating as well. This is a designer-garnish intended to offset pickled garlic.
Jam for grown-ups. It`s savory, sweet and bitter all at the same time. We`ll be eating this on scones, roasting meats with it or serving on a cheese platter. The unexpected hit of pepper raises this jam to unexpected places...
One of the easiest preserves you'll ever make - Mother Nature does most of the work and there's still time to make a batch as long as there's fruit to be had. Even those who don't like rum enjoy this fruit and juice infused treat.