Tanji is always asked for her recommendations, whether it’s for cooking tips and recipes or the tools and travel must-haves she relies on each day. And we’re answering the call!
This week: our picks for jam-making and baking.
What sets these GoJars apart from standard canning jars is the cleverly designed hexagonal shape that allows them to seamlessly slide together, making for easy, more efficient storage of whole batches of homemade goodness. Food-safe and BPA-free, these jars—available in different sizes and quantities—are great for storing and preserving jellies and jams or whatever else you have in mind. $10–$30
This all-in-one canning kit has all the tools you need to keep your jams and jellies sealed and secure. The seven-piece set from My Inner Artisan includes a bubble remover, magnetic lid lifter, canning funnel, folding rack, jar wrench, tongs, and a canning jar lifter with rubber grips. $28
Keep your canned goodies clearly identified and organized with these handy labels from Ball. Durable and easy to write on, these labels also dissolve in water so you don’t have to fuss with the hassle of getting them off when you want to reuse your jars. $6
This adorable set of cookie cutters from Williams Sonoma is a wonderful and whimsical way to showcase your fruit-themed creations. Use the spring-loaded stamps to make jam sandwich cookies, top pies, cakes, and cobblers, or embellish seasonal tartlets. The set of eight shapes—including watermelon, apple, peach, cherries, and berries—comes with icing bags and a compact storage box. $30
This beautiful and bright Aleena pie dish available from Anthropologie has summer vibes written all over it, just begging for a tasty dessert to fill it. Every slice taken out reveals more of the delicate botanical design, and when it’s all gone, you can throw it in the dishwasher for easy cleanup. $30