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If you haven’t made wine jelly before (or, for that matter, haven’t preserved at all), it’s a great starting point.  You can use any wine at all; I quite enjoyed using a Rose (Malivoire’s Ladybug in this case) because of the colour (it’s light red) and it’s lighter flavor. Wine jelly is great with cheese, …

from Pure Grace Farms

How to Preserve Homegrown Herbs with Sea Salt

How to Preserve Homegrown Herbs with Sea Salt: A simple and tasty alternative for preserving fresh homegrown herbs. The fresh herbs permeate every ounce of the salt mixture and release a fragrant intoxicating aroma.