Oven Roasted Pork Chops in Jalapeno Peach Whiskey Glaze are succulent, sweet, and just a little bit spicy! Make the glaze ahead for an easy weeknight dinner fit for a special occasion.
Lovely for entertaining and the perfect addition to any gift basket, this decadent Spiced Fig & Plum Jam will be your new favorite spread!
Sweet, tart, and a little bit boozy, this Small Batch Mixed Berry Bourbon Jam is a delicious way to elevate your pantry and brunch spread with something special.
Celebrate strawberry season with the perfect pantry staple – a boozy Honey Rum Strawberry Jam! Bright, sweet, and wonderfully addictive, this lovely preserve will remind you of summer of all winter long.
A recipe for hot and spicy Salsa Ranchera Sauce, featuring freshly roasted plum tomatoes and serrano chiles – a great addition to tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and more. Best of all, the recipe is FODMAP friendly, Gluten-Free, and easily Vegetarian too!
This Early American-style Lemon Ginger Shrub is like a Colonial soft drink. Sweetened by sugar and biting with vinegar, this preserve makes for a refreshing (albeit unusual) drink when mixed with club soda or into cocktails.
Earlier this month, one of my favorite bloggers – Marisa McClellan of Food In Jars – announced she would be hosting a year-long food preservation mastery challenge. Each month she will feature a new skill, following up with sample recipes and posts on how to accomplish the technique. She even started an online Facebook group, where participants in the challenge can share their triumphs (and failures), ask for advice, and just chat with other canners and preservationists. Between the move and the holidays, I haven’t canned anything since November. This is a stark change from a few months ago, when […]
Today I’m sharing one of my absolute favorite canning recipes, and the first preserving technique I’ve yet to post to the blog. If you like sweet and spicy heat, Candied Jalapeno Slices are deliciously addictive and this is the post for you! I started canning about a year and a half ago. Before that, I’d always assumed preserving would cost a lot to get into, both in equipment and produce. After a quick look online though, I found out I could get a starter kit (like this one or this one) on Amazon for around $10, and that my stockpot […]