Sadly, we're about halfway through with Sukkot at this point. So, what do you do with you leftover etrog/esrog (citron used for holiday ritual) when Sukkot is but a memory?
Tablet Magazine has this interesting article, which boils some of your options down to:
Then there's this Chabad article which includes a rather simple recipe for esrog jam.
I did make etrog jam once, but esrogim are so bitter, it turned out to really be more sugar than etrog.
Nowadays, I just very simply put the etrog in a bowl to dry out. I've got a collection of them built up from over the years, including mostly my husband's but also some of my dear father's z"l etrogim. Once they're dry, I display them in a pretty blue bowl in the living room (pictured above). They've become an object of interest when guests come over.
So what do you do with your etrogim after Sukkot? Any good ideas that I haven't mentioned? If you've got your own recipe for etrog jam or liquer, please share.