Fire Cider

FIRE CIDER

Ryan brought a jar of homemade Fire Cider to the store the other day, that he'd made with the last harvest of his Cheyenne Cayenne...

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SEPTEMBER 2016: HUSK, BRINE, STEW

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OCTOBER 2016: STRANGE FRUIT

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This grill sauce is famous, in certain circles. Not only does it lend a fiery, full-flavored note to grilled meats, but a splash of...

 
 
 
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Oh, beware. Beware not the fiery bite of the fermented pepper ; no, beware the compulsion that may seize you, once you've tasted this...

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TOMATILLO SALSA RECIPE FOR CANNING

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SCARLET RUNNER BEAN & BLACKENED TOMATO STEW

This recipe comes to us from the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center Cookbook , which is well-thumbed this time of year. Now our copy...

Brine Cracker Recipe

BRINE CRACKER RECIPE

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Fermented Winter Squash Chutney

FERMENTED WINTER SQUASH CHUTNEY

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PICKLED SUGAR PUMPKIN RECIPE

Many of tend to think of pumpkin as purely for pie, and indeed, that's what these little cuties were bred for. But this venerable winter...

 
 
 
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VANILLA ROSE KRAUT, THE KRAUT OF LOVE

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November 2016: Root, Relish, and Roll

NOVEMBER 2016: ROOT, RELISH, AND ROLL

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December 2016: Jars of Summer, Fruits of Fall

DECEMBER 2016: JARS OF SUMMER, FRUITS OF FALL

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Ginger Carrot Kraut Cake

GINGER CARROT KRAUT CAKE

Many of us are familiar with Sally Fallon's seminal book, Nourishing Traditions . In it, she presents a lovely recipe for Gingered...

 
 
 
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MEMBRILLO: QUINCE PASTE

“This preserve is the original English marmalade:,” write Linda Zeidrich, “a jam so thick that you cut it with a knife to serve it.”...

Mead: Time Sweetened Honey

MEAD: TIME SWEETENED HONEY

Mead is one of the oldest fermented beverages, perhaps even the oldest; after all, at its most basic, it requires only honey and water...

 
 
 
Fermented Whole Radishes

FERMENTED WHOLE RADISHES

Radishes are transformed by fermentation in surprising ways. For one thing, the ruby tint of their skin leaches into the brine, turning...

Fig Compote Recipe

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The last of the fall crop of figs are still ripening on the branch, before the first frost saps them of their sweetness. Harvest them...

 
 
 



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