The Joy of Pickling
The Joy of Jams, Jellies, and Other Sweet Preserves
- New BPA-Free Mason Jar Lids: Are They Really Safer?
- A Good Use for a Glut of Coriander: Green Chutney from India
- We Have a Winner
- Win Canning Jars, Lids, and The Joy of Jams!
- Bamboo for Dinner
- A Mixed Pickle of Mixed Parentage
- One Fine Mixer: Fermented Lemon Brine
- Experiments with Tibicos (Water Kefir)
- Homegrown Belgian Endive
- Eating and Drinking in New Orleans
Tag Archives: citron melon
Every day this winter I’ve eyed my citron melons in the entry hall, admiring their summery beauty and wondering how long they would keep. Some people say they store well for a whole year, but I’m guessing that’s true only … Continue reading
I first learned about watermelon’s pale-fleshed, seedy ancestor while studying traditional ways of preserving modern watermelon. Why, I wondered, do people bother to make the watermelon’s narrow inner white rind into pickles and sweet preserves when the red flesh and … Continue reading