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Preserving Recipe Round-Up: Jam, Chutney, Pickles & Ketchup

Preserving Recipe Round-Up: Jam, Chutney, Pickles & Ketchup

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Get out the canning jars, locavores! It may be hard to imagine the long months of kale and tangerines ahead, but our local tomatoes, berries, and peaches will only be around for another couple of months. Time to get canning to capture the taste of summer in January, without having to succumb to the pricey carbon footprint of out-of-season produce. Bay Area Bites writers share their favorite tips and tricks for making homemade jam, jelly, pickles, sauces, and more.

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How’s about a Nice Kale Sandwich?

How’s about a Nice Kale Sandwich?

Bored of the same old hummus sandwiches and PB&Js? Liven up a vegetarian lunchbox with this excellent kale, squash, chutney and cheese concoction.

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Local Food+Drink Secrets of Chutney Chef Alison McQuade

Local Food+Drink Secrets of Chutney Chef Alison McQuade

| April 8, 2011 | 1 Comment

McQuade’s Celtic Chutneys are made by the San Francisco-based “Chutney Chef” Alison McQuade. This writer has seen McQuade’s chutneys used for private and catered events, as accoutrements with cheese and meat platters…and more. McQuade hails from Glasgow, Scotland, and has lived in the U.S. for the past thirty years. McQuade shared her local favorite food and drink spots with BAB.

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McQuade’s Celtic Chutney

McQuade’s Celtic Chutney

| December 26, 2009 | 1 Comment

What’s better than a stiff drink and a ham-and-turkey sandwich with people you never have to impress? I’ll tell you: a ham-and-turkey sandwich dolloped with chutney, that’s what. And not just any common-or-garden chutney, no sirree Bob, but McQuade’s Celtic Chutney, made by red-headed Scotswoman Alison McQuade in small, aromatic batches, just like you would at home, if you were lucky enough to come from chutney-making people.

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Plum Chutney: Tales from the Backyard

Plum Chutney: Tales from the Backyard

| July 28, 2007 | 0 Comments

Canning for me conjures up childhood memories of being in the kitchen with my mom and her friends, usually on a hot steamy Texas summer day, and “putting up” bread and butter pickles, fresh raspberry jam (with seeds!), and ripe whole tomatoes. Even with the sweat pouring down your face, there’s no better time to […]

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