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Sauces, Condiments, and Preservation

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  • My husband and I go a bit overboard when we see good sales. We capitalized on a pineapple sale we found. I want to show you how to take advantage of canning your own pineapple!

    Canning Pineapple Chunks in Water

    Canning Pineapple Chunks in Water

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • You can use those end-of-season, unripe tomatoes you picked from your garden or greenhouse to make an excellent chutney. I also include recipe tips for using the chutney in a ploughman’s lunch.

    How to Make Green Tomato Chutney

    How to Make Green Tomato Chutney

    by Arthur Russ8

  • Before the written word, there was honey; offering to the gods, source of potent drink and peasant currency, and even a love potion; honey is as old as time. Enjoy the history and the recipes.

    Exploring Honey

    Exploring Honey

    by Linda Lum15

  • Finding a succulent fresh mint sauce can be a tall order. Fortunately, I know of an easy, delicious recipe you can use in a curry, on lamb, on potatoes, or anything that suits your fancy!

    Fresh English Garden Mint Sauce

    Fresh English Garden Mint Sauce

    by lemonkerdz16

  • I freeze greens from my garden every year -- they taste as delicious as fresh-from-the-garden. It's an easy process to learn. Read on for all the details.

    Harvesting and Preserving Garden Greens

    Harvesting and Preserving Garden Greens

    by Buster Bucks50

  • White sauces—a simple idea with worldwide appeal. Each culture uses the produce of their garden to craft a condiment to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore these sauces and how to make them.

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 White Sauces of World Cuisine

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 White Sauces of World Cuisine

    by Linda Lum23

  • Nothing beats the fresh taste of homemade beef jerky. Say goodbye to the massively preserved, store-bought bags and find true comfort with homemade beef jerky recipes.

    4 Homemade Beef Jerky Marinade Recipes

    4 Homemade Beef Jerky Marinade Recipes

    by Zach10

  • Here's how to decrystallize honey fast in small and medium batches- no pan or microwave needed. This method is great if you have crystallized honey, but don't want to decrystallize an entire jar, or are dealing with honey in a plastic container.

    How to Decrystalize Honey Fast

    How to Decrystalize Honey Fast

    by Simone Haruko Smith14

  • Make your own cooking spray saves money, reduces the chemical additives you're putting into your body, takes 5 minutes to make, and is better for the environment and better for your health.

    Homemade Cooking Spray Recipe

    Homemade Cooking Spray Recipe

    by Audrey Kirchner15

  • Homemade salsa that can be used all year round. Step-by-step instructions that include tips on how to handle jalapeno peppers to keep them from burning your hands.

    How to Make and Jar Salsa From Scratch

    How to Make and Jar Salsa From Scratch

    by Susan Holland66

  • Knowing how to make a white sauce can be invaluable cooking skill. You can use a white sauce in so many dishes either as a topping or a creamy filling.

    How to Make White Sauce

    How to Make White Sauce

    by Athlyn Green22

  • Italian pesto is loved the world over. But have you ever tasted Tallarin Verde, or green noodles, the pesto of Peru? Creamy and mild, it is the favorite dish of many Peruvian children.

    How to Make a Basil Pesto Sauce

    How to Make a Basil Pesto Sauce

    by vespawoolf46

  • Walnut oil is one of those oils you don't hear much about, but it is fantastic. Learn how to use it in your everyday cooking.

    Ideas for Cooking With Walnut Oil

    Ideas for Cooking With Walnut Oil

    by Audrey Kirchner20

  • This recipe is focused on pressure canning black beans. By preserving your own food, not only can you control the ingredients in the food you make, providing your family with more nutritious food, but you also get the satisfaction of making food for your family.

    How to Pressure Can Black Beans: A Step-By-Step Photo Guide

    How to Pressure Can Black Beans: A Step-By-Step Photo Guide

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • Rhubarb is a large leafed plant with edible stalks that grows like a bad weed any where that it gets the opportunity to be planted. It is a very hardy perennial yet rather than being harvested with...

    How to Freeze Rhubarb

    How to Freeze Rhubarb

    by Lorelei Cohen185

  • Green beans are essential in a well-balanced diet. Fresh from the garden, they have higher levels of nutrients than ones bought at the store. Here's how to harvest, and freeze green beans.

    How Do You Freeze Fresh Green Beans?

    How Do You Freeze Fresh Green Beans?

    by Angela Michelle Schultz9

  • Quinces are a delicious but under-used fruit. Somewhere between an apple and a pear, they are too hard to be eaten raw, but they make a delicious jelly that's perfect for a Christmas breakfast... or as an awesome homemade holiday gift!

    Christmas-Spiced Quince Jelly

    Christmas-Spiced Quince Jelly

    by Sarah2

  • Mole, or Mexican BBQ sauce, has gained popularity due to the efforts of culinary genius Rick Bayless. This simplified recipe for red mole yields a silky, sweet, smoky sauce. A Scoville chart of dried chiles is included.

    Sweet & Smoky Mexican Mole Sauce Recipe

    Sweet & Smoky Mexican Mole Sauce Recipe

    by vespawoolf26

  • This quick and easy recipe is healthy, kosher, gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-carb. It is filling and hearty, and can easily be made vegan/vegetarian by just skipping the meat. It's simple to customize as well.

    Healthy Eggplant Bolognese Sauce: Instant Pot Recipe

    Healthy Eggplant Bolognese Sauce: Instant Pot Recipe

    by Leah2

  • Celebrate the grand garden season finale. Here are some faster, space-saving methods to harvest and store garden produce at its best.

    Ways to Preserve Tomatoes and Peppers

    Ways to Preserve Tomatoes and Peppers

    by Patsy Bell Hobson6

  • What is in a romesco sauce? Find out how to make an authentic version of this Catalonian salsa in your own home kitchen.

    Traditional Romesco Sauce Recipe

    Traditional Romesco Sauce Recipe

    by Lena Durante2

  • Made with fresh ingredients, a fruit coulis is the perfect fruit sauce. Along with step by step photo instructions, you'll find recipes for a raspberry, a mixed berry and a strawberry version.

    How to Make a Fruit Coulis

    How to Make a Fruit Coulis

    by Claudia Mitchell78

  • If someone sends you to the store for mayonnaise, don't buy Miracle Whip instead. There is a difference. In fact, there are big differences between the two.

    Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip: The Difference

    Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip: The Difference

    by Margaret Minnicks10

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  • Did you know that corn cob jelly is a thing? And that it tastes like summer in a jar? Actually, it tastes a whole lot like honey. I was able to make three pints of corn cob jelly from four cobs. It was super easy, too.

    Summer Corn Cob Jelly

    Summer Corn Cob Jelly

    by Shaunta Grimes0

  • Red sauces—a simple idea with world-wide appeal. Each culture uses the produce of their garden to craft a condiment to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore the origins of ten of these sauces and learn how to make them.

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Red Sauces of World Cuisine

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Red Sauces of World Cuisine

    by Linda Lum23

  • Salsa verde is a green salsa made in Mexico. It is made with tomatillos, cilantro, onion, garlic, chile serrano, and lime. It can be boiled or broiled. Includes variations and serving suggestions.

    Authentic Mexican Salsa Verde Recipe

    Authentic Mexican Salsa Verde Recipe

    by Marisa Hammond Olivares17

  • Chili oil is a popular condiment commonly used in Asian countries. Some places add a twist on this condiment by adding garlic on it. Learn my version on how to make homemade chili garlic oil.

    How to Make Homemade Chili Garlic Oil

    How to Make Homemade Chili Garlic Oil

    by Dred Cuan14

  • Homemade mango chutney is better than any shop-bought chutney and a great go-to for any Indian curry or ingredient to other recipes. Here's a simple recipe!

    Quick & Easy Mango Chutney Recipe

    Quick & Easy Mango Chutney Recipe

    by lemonkerdz19

  • Pesto—a great sauce for pasta, meat, or eggs. But some chefs have turned it into an amalgam of any veggie pulverized with olive oil. Let’s get back to basics.

    Pesto Perfected

    Pesto Perfected

    by Linda Lum20

  • Bacon jam is almost impossible to describe—until you taste it. Sweet, spicy, smoky, salty, it's an amazing combination of delectable goodness. Check out how easy it is to make it for yourself!

    How to Make Amazing, Homemade Bacon Jam From Scratch

    How to Make Amazing, Homemade Bacon Jam From Scratch

    by Jan Charles8

  • Peruvian ají sauce transforms chicken and French fries into something special! Learn how to make this spicy, addictive sauce.

    Green Peruvian Sauce

    Green Peruvian Sauce

    by vespawoolf53

  • Marmite is a strong, savory, slightly salty-tasting spread. Learn all you need to know about Marmite, which seems to bring out strong reactions. Most people either love it or hate it, nothing in between.

    Marmite Yeast Extract: Why I Can't Live Without It

    Marmite Yeast Extract: Why I Can't Live Without It

    by Diana Grant13

  • This article is about the the easiest way to make sweet, crunchy pickles, featuring a secret shortcut. Includes recipe, complete instructions, and lots of photos. You will love these pickles.

    The Easiest Way to Make Sweet, Crunchy Pickles

    The Easiest Way to Make Sweet, Crunchy Pickles

    by Faye Rutledge12

  • Making a real Cajun-style roux is no mystery—it simply takes a little patience! With a couple of tools and three ingredients, you can have true, rich Cajun flavor for gumbo or étouffée for yourself!

    How to Make the Perfect Roux

    How to Make the Perfect Roux

    by Jan Charles1

  • A simple recipe, with photos, to make the popular Israeli spicy condiment, zhug (skhug). Originally from Yemen, this Mediterranean hot sauce is easy to prepare, has a vivid green color, and has a garlic/cilantro aroma that is entrancing.

    Zhug (Skhug) Recipe: Yemeni/Israeli Hot Sauce

    Zhug (Skhug) Recipe: Yemeni/Israeli Hot Sauce

    by Jason Menayan11

  • With this recipe, making and canning fresh homemade cranberry sauce will be a breeze for your holiday meals this year! And you don't have to worry about what to do with all of the leftover sauce, if you have any. You can simply store it away for a mid-year craving or even for next year.

    Making and Canning Fresh Homemade Cranberry Sauce

    Making and Canning Fresh Homemade Cranberry Sauce

    by Victoria Van Ness5

  • Seville Orange marmalade recipe. This recipe includes step-by-step instructions with photos and videos. Once you have tasted homemade marmalade, you will never want to buy the commercially made variety again.

    Recipe for Seville Orange Marmalade

    Recipe for Seville Orange Marmalade

    by L M Reid15

  • This sauce is a fresher version of the jalapeño ranch dip from the Chuy's restaurant chain. I got rid of the ranch packet and made this from scratch.

    Jalapeño Ranch Dipping Sauce

    Jalapeño Ranch Dipping Sauce

    by Melissa Althen2

  • Making cherry and black grape jam in the crockpot is going to be so easy, you'll be surprised that you didn't think to do this for yourself before now. Juicy cherries and crispy grapes made into a sweet, smooth, yummy concoction that you can enjoy with toast or biscuits.

    Cherry and Black Grape Jam in the Crockpot

    Cherry and Black Grape Jam in the Crockpot

    by Victoria Van Ness2

  • Of all the vegetables I can each year, tomatoes have to be my favorite. My instructions are easy to follow, and the photos will help you, too. You're going to love having jars of tomatoes you canned yourself.

    How to Can Tomatoes

    How to Can Tomatoes

    by Buster Bucks232

  • Learning how to make a quick pan sauce will give you superpowers in the kitchen. Three to four ingredients and five minutes will elevate a plain chicken breast or pork chop to a whole new level.

    How to Make a Deglazed Pan Sauce for Amazing Results

    How to Make a Deglazed Pan Sauce for Amazing Results

    by Jan Charles3

  • Sauce made with fresh tomatoes has a unique flavor and the sweetness of the tomatoes grown in your own or someone else's yard can't be beat. Add what ever other vegetable and or meat you like and you have a healthy and tasty sauce for your pasta.

    Fresh Tomato Sauce With Zucchini and Italian Sausage

    Fresh Tomato Sauce With Zucchini and Italian Sausage

    by Rachel L Alba20

  • Rowan jelly is a strong-tasting condiment once very popular in the UK and traditionally served with wild game or beef. This simple recipe shows how to make rowan-and-apple jelly from scratch.

    Rowan and Apple Jelly Recipe

    Rowan and Apple Jelly Recipe

    by Gordon Hamilton19

  • Homemade apple jelly is easy to make out of simple apple juice, pectin and sugar. By following this easy recipe, you can have a great apple jelly to enjoy in less than an hour's time.

    How to Make Apple Jelly That Everyone Will Love

    How to Make Apple Jelly That Everyone Will Love

    by Helena Ricketts2

  • Vanilla extract is a popular ingredient in many recipes. Learn how to make it yourself with this recipe for easy homemade vanilla extract in two simple steps. It takes a while to be ready to use, but in just a few short months you'll have your own extract for all of your baking needs.

    Easy Homemade Vanilla Extract in 2 Simple Steps

    Easy Homemade Vanilla Extract in 2 Simple Steps

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • Do you love McDonald's? Try my version of their famous tartar sauce. You can prepare this delicious recipe in just five minutes.

    How to Make McDonald's Tartar Sauce

    How to Make McDonald's Tartar Sauce

    by Dred Cuan2

  • Green sauces—a simple idea with world-wide appeal. Each culture uses the herbs of their garden to craft a condiment to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore the origins of ten of these sauces, how to make them, and how to use them in dishes for your friends and family.

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Green Sauces of World Cuisine

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Green Sauces of World Cuisine

    by Linda Lum17

  • An essential condiment in every British household is a bottle of HP Sauce, just as it’s nearly impossible to find an American home without ketchup.

    In Praise of Brown Sauce

    In Praise of Brown Sauce

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • Home canning is simple and can be a great skill to learn. I think it's economical and healthy because no chemicals are added during the process. It's a great way to store extra food!

    How to Start Canning Food

    How to Start Canning Food

    by Candace Bacon7

  • People seem to have a love/hate thing for French food - which I can understand. It's somewhat intimidating, involves approximately 476 steps for something as simple as a scrambled egg, and no one understands what the names of dishes are. They are in...

    How to Make Velouté Sauce

    How to Make Velouté Sauce

    by Jan Charles0

  • Standard tartar sauce is great in a hurry and an even simply version takes about 60 seonds to prepare. At the same time, some of my favorites are also fast and easy.

    Recipes for Unique Types of Tartar Sauce

    Recipes for Unique Types of Tartar Sauce

    by Patty Inglish MS11

  • Real maple syrup is a treat that cannot be duplicated with artificial flavors. Let’s explore the history of this natural sweetener and how to use it in baking and cooking.

    Exploring Maple Syrup

    Exploring Maple Syrup

    by Linda Lum22

  • Learn how to dehydrate foods and save money. Dehydrating foods takes none of the nutrients out and helps you use food at their prime.

    How to Dehydrate Your Own Food

    How to Dehydrate Your Own Food

    by Audrey Kirchner35

  • I've made a lot of baby food in the past year. I prefer to make it at home because I know exactly what goes into it. I'd love to share my experiences with you.

    How to Make and Freeze Homemade Baby Food

    How to Make and Freeze Homemade Baby Food

    by J Schatzel1

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