Cooking with Small Appliances

Blackberries in Framboise
Framboise is a raspberry brandy with an irresistible aroma. It infuses these blackberries with delectable flavor, while the cinnamon and nutmeg add an enticing hint of spice. More »
Sour Cherry Lemonade Concentrate
This syrup is a boon to have on hand in the pantry on a hot summer’s day. If you’re on your own, add a few tablespoons to a glass of ice water, then refrigerate the rest for the next time you get thirsty. If you’re serving a crowd, pour the whole jar into a big pitcher and dilute to taste. For a... More »
Apple Rum Raisin Conserve
Simply delicious — a perfect blend of complementary tastes! Toast the nuts, if desired, before adding them. More »
Peach Passion Fruit Jam
This is a beautiful — bright orange flecked with little black orbs, which crunch delightfully. If you are not a fan of crunch, however, feel free to remove the seeds by straining the passion fruit pulp before combining it with the other ingredients. More »
Raspberry and Plum Jam
Plums add delicious yumminess to this jam, which has half the seeds of regular raspberry jam. It can also be made with red or black plums, or with plumcots (a cross of plums and apricots). More »
Pear Lime Jam
Light and refreshing, pear and lime make an enchanting jam. More »
Apricot Butter
We could go on and on about how glorious this butter is. Apricots are one of our very favorite fruits, and there’s something about them in this silky guise that’s extra-special. More »
Chile & Tomato Chutney (Vegan)
Too many things in the oven? Use your slow cooker instead! Serve this fiery chutney with any curry and rice dish that might welcome a hit of spice. More »
Marsala and White Balsamic Pickled Figs
Fresh figs get a decadent treatment with the addition of sweetly fragrant Marsala and pungent balsamic vinegar. These pickles are equally suited to both sweet and savory dishes. More »
Pina Colada Jam
This delicious jam speaks for itself. It’s got all the flavors of the classic cocktail, but is socially acceptable to eat for breakfast. The chunky texture, full of chewy coconut, also makes it a pretty choice for a dessert component — on ice cream, between cake layers, stirred into mascarpone...... More »
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