Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Kumquat Whiskey Sour

kumquat whiskey sour 1 lemon, juiced 1 lime, juiced 3 kumquats, sliced and deseeded 2.5 ounces simple syrup 1.5 ounces bourbon, like Maker's Mark or Bulleit Garnish: kumquat round

Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Caramelized Shallot Pickle

pickle pickle pickle

Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Fried Homemade Pickles with Ranch Dressing From 'Kitchen Confidence'

Fried Homemade Pickles with Ranch Dressing From 'Kitchen Confidence' | Serious Eats : Recipes

Recipe for Perfectionfrom Recipe for Perfection

Candied Kumquat Peels, Kumquat Syrup, and Kumquat-Ade

Make Kumquat-ade, Candied Kumquat Peels, and Kumquat Syrup, all from one recipe! #SundaySupper

Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Pickled Cranberries

pickled cranberries, pear butter and more, with marisa mcclellan of food in jars

The Kitchnfrom The Kitchn

How to Make Dill Pickles


Plain Chickenfrom Plain Chicken

White BBQ Sauce {Alabama White Sauce}

White BBQ Sauce {Alabama White Sauce} - mayonnaise, vinegar, apple juice, horseradish, pepper, lemon, salt, cayenne - Zesty white sauce that is great as a marinade, baste or dipping sauce. Keeps for 2 weeks. Great on pork and chicken!!

The Daily Mealfrom The Daily Meal

Pickled Strawberries Recipe

Pickled Strawberries Recipe- Pickling these sweet berries gives them a tangy, sour-sweet flavor that works well on meat-filled sandwiches

Love and Lemonsfrom Love and Lemons

Any vegetable vinegar pickles

Not so sure, I noticed that this recipe has WAY less sugar than other quick pickles. any vegetable vinegar pickles

Serious Eatsfrom Serious Eats

Curried Pickled Zucchini

Curried Pickled Zucchini | Serious Eats: Recipes - When the Zucchini season is here, and the age-old question remains: "How can I possibly use up all this squash?" Here's your answer! This year, try this slightly sweet curried zucchini pickle. The end result is a pickle that is sweet without being cloying, pleasantly tangy and vividly yellow


Candied Kumquats in Syrup

Candied Kumquats in Syrup from I found this in Martha Stewart Living magazine. Easy and yummy! These are great to eat out of hand or as a topping for cakes, over parfaits, etc. Rooted in Asian cuisine, but also Spanish!