Capture the best of your seasonal produce for later.

Preserved: Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

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Strawberry rhubarb preserves are by no means innovative, but they're a classic for a reason. More

Preserved: Spiced Mango Chutney

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Although traditional Indian chutneys typically make use of green, unripe mangoes, this recipe is perfect for that moment when your mango supply is ripening faster than you can manage. More

Preserved: Dried Apricot and Pineapple Jam

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An overnight soak plumps up dried apricots, and matching them with fresh, juicy pineapple yields a jam that tastes positively like summer: heady and tropical. More

Preserved: Spicy Tamarind Caramel

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This caramel pairs tangy tamarind with sugar, salt, and cayenne pepper, a twist on flavors found in tamarind candies from Thailand and Central America. More

Preserved: Pear Cardamom Caramel

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This caramel, folded with cooked down pears, has a lush, fudgy texture. Ginger and cardamom lend their herbaceous, spicy flavors which, alongside a generous pinch of salt, make for a sophisticated sweet. More

Preserved: Raspberry Lime Chia Jam

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Chia seeds are one of those health foods that are easy to incorporate into your diet. Raspberries, with their own seedy crunch, are a natural match for the delicate pop of the chia, and the whole thing is enlivened by limes. More

Preserved: Rose Hip Cordial

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This cordial is definitely fruity, a little floral, and with a hint of savory flavor—not unlike yellow tomatoes. Dilute it with seltzer for a sophisticated spritzer or use it as a sweet base for a winter cocktail. More

Preserved: What's the Deal With Fruit Butters?

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As far as preserving goes, fruit butters are an ideal place for a beginner to start. They require no fussy or preserving-specific equipment, and there's no guesswork of whether they've reached a set or not. You'll see them made with cherries, peaches, pumpkin, nectarines, and even berries, but the be-all of fruit butters is apple. More

Preserved: Cranberry Quince Chutney

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This wintry chutney, spiced with clove and bright with cranberries and tangerine, is versatile for the holidays either as a gift or on a cheese tray. Plus, the natural pectin in the cranberries helps it set even with a short cooking time, so you can spend less time preserving and more time partying. More

Preserved: Five Spice Plum Sauce

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When I saw Italian prune plums on sale at the farmers market, I knew I wanted to put them up. The resulting plum sauce is tangy, sweet, and umami-rich. It's a great pantry staple you can use to build flavor in dishes or serve as an accompanying dipping sauce. More

Preserved: Boiled Cider Syrup

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Long ago, orchard-rich New Englanders figured out a way to preserve the autumn lure of apple cider by reducing it into a syrup as dark as maple and just as appealing. More

Easy Grape Jam

Preserved Emily Teel 2 comments

Juicy, sassy, and classic with peanut butter, this jam is tart enough to be interesting and sweet enough to be kid-friendly. More

Preserved: Roasted Plum and Lemon Verbena Jam

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Roasting fruit yields lovely, intensely flavored jam. More

Preserved: Blueberry Peach Jam

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In this jam, pureed peaches provide a velvety texture and a sweet yet tart canvas for blueberries to really shine. More

Preserved: Pink Lemonade Curd

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This rosy lemon curd combines the richness of farmer's market eggs and butter with the brightness of citrus and raspberry for a treat that is both current and classic. It also means you're just a pound cake away from an elegant dessert. More

Preserved: Raspberry Rose Jam

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Raspberry and rose are a natural combination, and not just in grandma's yard. Rather than thinking this of this as a straight one-to-one pairing, the result is a jam with a layered profile. One bite is fruit-forward, the next more floral. The tartness of the berries tempers out the rose, which prevents the jam from having a soapy flavor. More

Preserved: Raspberry Rhubarb Ginger Jam

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Crystallized ginger melts into this tart raspberry-rhubarb jam, providing unexpected hints of heat and spice. More

Preserved: Millionaire's Cherry Rhubarb Jam

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Why Millionaire's? Because this jam includes pricy but oh-so-worth it vanilla beans and Grand Marnier. Rhubarb is only in season for a short while, so why not go for broke? More

Preserved: Strawberry Rhubarb Jam with Honey and Cinnamon

Preserved Lucy Baker 1 comment

It's no secret that rhubarb is one of my favorite kinds of jam. I've made it with blueberries, raspberries, oranges, and even rosewater. This new twist on a classic version incorporates sweet, floral honey and spicy cinnamon. More

Preserved: Coconut Matzo Granola

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This nutty, chunky granola makes an ideal topping for ice cream. Sweetened coconut is reminiscent of traditional Passover macaroons. More

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