Welcome to Smart Food, the new podcast hosted by Jane Black. Jane's guest today is Rachel Saunders.
Nothing is hipper this summer than canning and preserving. But Rachel Saunders didn't suddenly start making jam when it became trendy. The founder of Blue Chair Fruit experimented with fruits, flavor combinations, equipment and technique for a decade before launching her company in Oakland in 2008. The results of her research can be found in jars of white guava-meyer lemon marmalade and Early Girl tomato and plum jam and a new cookbook, out in September, "The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook." On this episode of Smart Food, Saunders explains the art of jam making and provides tips for newbies and experts alike.
Viewed 3513 times so far.
Like this? Tweet it to your followers!
Latest articles from Edible Radio
The Drink Tank – Carolina Wild
posted on Monday, 14 April 2014 13:14
Drink Tank host Gibson Thomas, publisher and editor of edible Marin & Wine Country, talks…
Blue Plate Special with Woody Tasch
posted on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 20:37
Woody Tasch, the founder of the Slow Food Alliance and author of Inquiries Into the…
Around the Kitchen Sink with Ted Allen
posted on Tuesday, 18 February 2014 18:34
Ted Allen of Food Network and television fame joins Heather Tallman to share how he…
Blue Plate Special with John Currence
posted on Friday, 31 January 2014 21:13
James Beard Award winning Chef John Currence is our guest on this Edition of the…
Episode 126 Drink Tank with Tom Michaelsen of Karlsson's Vodka
posted on Monday, 15 October 2012 17:53
Download this podcast. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes. Drink Tank host Gibson Thomas, publisher…