Canning isn’t the only way to enjoy the bounty of the garden all winter long. These foods can be stored without artificial preservation techniques.
Keep garden-fresh herbs handy all fall and winter, and leave the store-bought dried herbs on the shelf.
Canning is not without its challenges. Follow these guidelines from Tart and Sweet to keep it fun, easy, and delicious.
Once you find a perfect salsa recipe, you need no others
Learn how to store apples successfully.
Tuck this tasty treat away in the freezer.
How to preserve your sweet corn harvest for enjoyment throughout the winter.
Whether you’re a late-blooming pickler or have years of experience “putting up” food and need a few more zesty recip for your repertoire, Tart and Sweet is the perfect guide.
Store the flavor of summer by drying some of your harvest.
The quickest way to preserve vegetables also locks in the most nutrition.
Homemade preserves with half the sugar and none of the fuss? Here's how.
Freezing is the simplest way to preserve garden fresh flavor.
Welcome winter with a nutritious cache of squash in the cellar.
What’s the best way to preserve fresh herbs? The answer may surprise you.
Learn to preserve your harvest safely.
You can makes pectin for canning from firm green apples picked early in the season.
Blanching veggies before you freeze them will lock in feshness and flavor.
Hint: Put them in the freezer.
Nothing beats the taste of a real pickle.