Corn relish

What do you do when your local grocery store is charging 15 cents an ear of corn? Well, if you’re like me, you roast some and use the rest to make corn relish! Yield: approximately 6 pint jars 4 cups white vinegar 1.25 cups white sugar 2 tbsp salt 8 cups corn kernels (fresh, frozen, […]

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Fruity banana chutney

Ah, chutney. A loanword from the Hindi chatni, it means “spicy preparations to accompany a main dish”. It is also an awesome accompaniment to grilled foods, roasts, and cheeses. As an added bonus, chutney is a great way for parents to sneak extra fruit and veggies onto the plates of fussy eaters! This recipe combines […]

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Piccalilli

Ah, piccalilli. Condiment, relish, essential ingredient to ploughman’s lunches, and really hard to find at a semi reasonable price in the USA. So, as usual, I make it myself! Before I go any further, I want to say a word about cleaning your produce. If you are anything like me, you want to use organic […]

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