A jelly jar filled with apricot jam and a spoon resting on top.

Apricot Jam

There’s a simple way to extend the ephemeral apricot season, and it has everything to do with these easy peasy preserves.

Two glasses of bachelor's jam liqueur with a large jar of bachelor's jam in the background.

Bachelor’s Jam

This boozy mix of in-season fruits steeped in sugar and liquor extends the season for ephemeral stone fruits. Amen to that.

An enamel-coated pot filled with strawberry jam and a spoon resting on top.

Strawberry Jam

This quick refrigerator jam doesn’t require canning and processing and preserving. It just requires strawberries, sugar, a pot, and a fridge.

A pot of raspberry jam with framboise being added to it.

Raspberry Jam with Framboise

No, making homemade jam doesn’t need to be a big production. Not with the right recipe, anyways. This small batch raspberry preserves shows you how simple it can be.

A fully cooked ham with ginger peach glaze on a carving board

Instant Pot Ham with Ginger Peach Glaze

We love this ham not just for its peachy keen glaze that’s sweet but not too sweet but for the fact that the entire thing can be made in an Instant Pot (or pressure cooker) in less than an hour.

A jar of celery marmalade with a spoon in it and several types of cheese in the background

Celery Marmalade

Weird, we know. But it uses up all that leftover celery languishing in your veggie bin. And it goes SPECTACULARLY with cheese. You’re welcome.

Three German Berliners, or jelly doughnuts, with raspberry jam spilling out on a plate with a cup of coffee

Berliners ~ Jelly Doughnuts

These jelly-filled German lovelies are almost identical to American jelly doughnuts save for their sparer sweetness. No complaints here.

A serving platter with a piece of toast spread with marmalade. A jar of marmalade and knife rest in the background

Meyer Lemon Marmalade

We can think of no more compelling reason to indulge in toast for breakfast than this sweetly tart marmalade.

Fruit Shrub

Shrub Cocktail

You don’t have to be a hipster in Brooklyn to appreciate the latest retro cocktail craze. All you need are vinegar, sugar, fruit, a little patience, and a palate for the finer things in life.