Pickled peaches and blueberries give this homemade white wine cooler recipe a sweet and sour edge.
Sweet and sour pickled fruit and garden fresh mint make this simple summer salad deliciously complex. If you’re new to pickles, don’t worry. If you can boil water, you can pickle peaches.
You guys! I’m super excited to announce that I’m doing another pickling workshop at Freedom Farmers Market later on this month. These pickled peaches and blueberries are the recipe I’ll be teaching.
You can make this sweet and sour mulberry cocktail with blackberries, if you can’t find mulberries where you are.
This easy vegan pasta salad works well as a side or as a main dish. The avocado aioli pasta salad dressing makes this cookout staple extra special.
Bean and corn salad makes a surprisingly filling summer supper. You can also serve it as a side dish alongside your favorite veggie burger and maybe a margarita.
This strawberry margarita uses my low-sugar balsamic strawberry preserves instead of simple syrup. The jam adds sweetness with natural sugars from the fruit and vinegar. The whole jam recipe has only a tablespoon of added sugar, so you can tell yourself that this strawberry margarita is healthier than the kind you’d order poolside.
These balsamic strawberry preserves are quick and easy. There’s no sterilizing or special equipment involved.
I’m jumping on the overnight oatmeal bandwagon with a six-ingredient overnight oats recipe that’s so, so decadent. It tastes like oatmeal cookies, y’all.
My pineapple rum smash recipe is super versatile. You can make it with homemade infused booze, store-bought pineapple rum, or skip the liquor all together for a refreshing pineapple lemonade.
No, for real. This guacamole recipe takes 10 minutes to make, from chop to finish. My kid likes it so much that he often eats it with a fork as a side dish, skipping those pesky chips or tortillas.