Preserves

Beet Pickled Quail’s Eggs

by Sean St. John
Beet Pickled Quail’s Eggs

There are pickles, and then there are Pickles, with a capital P. Sean’s gorgeous delicacies belong to the latter category. This is a great recipe to stretch your cooking comfort boundaries, because it’s relatively simple and poses no overt threat (unlike deep-fried turkeys). A little jar of magenta orbs in the fridge is sure to

Everything But the Toast Gift Box

by Kate H. Knapp
Everything But the Toast Gift Box

Sometimes I meet you in person and you say “Oh my goodness, I had no idea you offered that food in the Shop!?” You know what that means to me? I’m not doing a great job of sharing all the new goodies we’ve discovered with our die-hard blog readers. Shame, shame on me! To solve that,

Jam Drop Cookies

by Jennifer Menery
Jam Drop Cookies

You know what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words. So this jammy photo essay by Jen must be worth thousands of sweet ones. Showcase your tastiest jelly (or confit or butter or marmalade) and your own tasty baking skills with these simple and beautiful Jam Drop Cookies.  -Maggie First, make Ina Garten’s Coconut

Food Gift: Tomato Kasundi

by Jennifer Menery
Food Gift: Tomato Kasundi

It’s safe to say I have had more than my fair share of sweets this holiday season. From hot chocolate mixes to candy cane meringues and all the pies and cookies in between, I am attempting to put my sweet tooth on the back burner for the next month or so. However, I still hope to spend

Spiced Kumquat Compote

by Casey Engleman
Spiced Kumquat Compote

I am a big fan of stretching traditional menus. Regular Roasted Turkey is just great, but Smoked Turkey with a sage brine is better. Apple pie can’t be beat, except when you top it with a homemade Honey Cinnamon Ice Cream, a new twist I’m introducing this year. Casey is dressing up her tart Thanksgiving

Smoked Broccoli Stems

by Lucy Engelman
Smoked Broccoli Stems

  I’m really starting to love food illustration – it seems to capture the playful and whimsical aspects of food that make cooking such a joy. Today a sister act, food writer Casey Engleman and illustrator Lucy Engleman, bring us their take on stocking up the pantry for winter. But forget simple tomato sauce; these

Handmade Gifts: Slow Cooker Apple Butter

by Kate H. Knapp
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Holidays can be stressful, but gift giving doesn’t have to be. We’ve turned to our favorite bloggers to find the very best handmade, edible gifts that are sure to make your season merry and bright. Keep an eye out as we will feature a new gift (or two) each week!  As the holi-daze arrive, I’m

In the Eat Boutique Shop: Blue Chair Early Girl Tomato Jam

by Kate H. Knapp
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Raspberry, blueberry, grape, and strawberry all make wonderful jams, but sometimes you’re in the mood for something unique; something a little savory yet somehow sweet; something that goes just a little bit off the normal jam script. Trust us, this something is Blue Chair Early Girl Tomato Jam. Brought to you by the preserving mastermind,

Little Tipples: Blackberry Bourbon

by Sean St. John
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  This is the second installment of Little Tipples, a neat little series hatched by illustrator Katt Frank and food writer Sean St. John. To see the first, check out Sloe Gin. This time, one of our favorite berries gets a boozy treatment that will have you smiling all season long; who doesn’t love a

Market Preview: Jams

by Kate H. Knapp
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Jams. Jelly. Preserves. We’re not terribly particular when it comes to the names because it (the fruit, naturally) all boils down to one thing: true love. We love it all so very much. Ruby-red raspberries spread over ricotta on a crumpet; tart orange zest of marmalade melting on a warm biscuit; or sweet figs with

Fig Rosemary Jam

by Maggie Battista
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One week in California is never enough. Every few years, I escape to west coast wine country during the harvest to do what comes naturally. This visit included some very important repeat activities like… drinking wine, eating figs, reading cookbooks, cooking and wrapping food gifts, daily picnics in the vines, and more wine. Drinking wine

What We’re Loving: Boozy Preserves

by Kathy Day
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We’ve all done it: eyed the jam in the corner and thought, “I wonder if a little vodka in there would make it better?” The answer my friends, is yes. I’ve spent the past couple weeks scouring the internet and have come to these conclusions: Fruit is delicious Fruit that is preserved to go into

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