Using leftover roasted whole chicken or chicken parts is one of the best ways to make stock. The addition of fresh chicken wings increases the flavor and natural mineral content. For bone broth, follow the directions below.
Recipe excerpted from The All New Ball Book of Canning and Preserving, published by Oxmoor House (2016).
Rich dark stout beer combined with luscious cherries makes for a wonderful jam that is equally perfect with chocolate cake or cheese boards.
A variation on Tom Kha Gai soup, this version gets its heft from winter squash instead of chicken. Lemongrass, ginger, coconut milk, and cilantro give it its Thai accent.
Tart pomegranate and sweet cherry blend together in a jelly that is luscious and beautiful.
Homemade yogurt is simply the best! An easy and delicious cultured food that can be prepped before bed and eaten, still warm, with berries and granola in the morning.
Papaya's luscious tropical flavor makes a wonderful jam that pairs beautifully with toast, pastries and ice cream.
The whole berries in this cranberry sauce add intense texture and flavor. Thanksgiving dinner just wouldn't be the same without it!
Not only does this mouthwatering cherry filling make a to-die-for pie, it is also an excellent topping for ice cream and coffee cake. If you need a housewarming gift, preserved cherry pie filling in a jar makes a delicious addition to a gift basket.
Traditional preserved apple slices are delicious as-is but plan for extra to use in baking cobblers, pies and other desserts.
The perfect accompaniment for cold Thai rice paper spring rolls, this sauce is also delicious with any deep-fried Asian appetizer, such as egg rolls, chicken balls or wontons. It's also delicious with grilled chicken, and the addition of a tablespoon or two perks up classic oil-and-vinegar salad dressings..