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?
A soft setting jam that retains the rich color and texture of the plums and strawberries, both. Use with frozen or fresh fruit.
Vanilla bean softens and enhances the zing of lemons and makes this jam beautifully aromatic.
We like using this jam for pork and venison roasts. It's also really nice on ice cream. Red currants are tart, so they need some help to sweeten them up. The blood orange and raspberries add some sweet while marrying well with tart.
A skin-on pineapple guava jam, with a floral aroma, and lovely green hue.
Jalapeño Jam made with peppers, apples, and lemons for a sweet and spicy jam.
A tart and faintly sweet hibiscus fruit (rosella), blueberry, and fresh ginger jam. Perfect atop a scone or fresh baked biscuit.
This sugar free wild plum jam is sweetened with a bit of honey and spiced with cloves and anise. Easy and delicious step-by-step recipe.
A gingery peach jam sweetened with coconut sugar. Has a rich caramel flavor!
Muscadine jam with French herb combo: chervil, parsley, chives, and tarragon. A Carolina favorite. Sweet & Savory!
Delicious pears and ginger made into a tasty Pear Ginger Jam