Feast and Field explores the Upper Midwest which supplies the fruits, vegetables, nuts and herbs that inspire The Quince & Apple Company’s preserves, marmalades, pickles and more. This family-owned, award-winning maker in Madison, Wisconsin, creates small-batch, sweet-and-savory jams with unexpected flavors that pair beautifully with meats and cheeses. We’ll guide you through building the perfect charcuterie and cheese board with Madison’s Fromagination owner Ken Monteleone, just in time for summer soirées.
When you find yourself with half-opened jam jars in your fridge, check out a comprehensive list of eye-opening ways they can boost everything from cocktails to cookies. Or, if you’ve stocked up on your own surplus of ripe fresh fruit this season, we offer guidance for making your own preserves from scratch, as well as present three original recipes that include some unexpected ingredients you likely have in your pantry, and ways to use them in an appetizer, main dish and dessert, of course.
The Wisconsin company’s artisan fruit preserves include aromatic elements like black tea, ginger and lemon zest.
With good fruit and some basic equipment, you can learn how to make homemade preserves in no time.
A cheese shop owner shares how to make a charcuterie board that wows with cheese, meat, preserves and more.
Preserves, jams and marmalades make tasty toppings for ice cream and sweet additions to salad dressing.