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International Can-It-Forward Day and Onion Pickles from the Ball Blue Book

This year’s International Can-It-Forward Day is now just a week away! In seven days, I’ll be at the Jarden Home Brands headquarters in Fishers, Indiana with some other fine folks. We’ll be demonstrating recipes and sharing jar tricks on the livestream, along with delightful people from the Ball Canning team. I’ll have the day’s livestream […]

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Home Canned Peaches in Fruit Juice + MightyNest Giveaway

This post is sponsored by our friends at MightyNest! Read through to the end for details about a giveaway worth $200! There is a park near my apartment that hosts two weekly farmers markets. I almost always go to the Saturday market, but often miss the mid-week one. It takes place on Tuesdays from 10 […]

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July Sponsors: Cuppow, iLids, Fillmore Container, MightyNest, Mrs. Wages, Fermentools, Orchard Road, and Preserving Now

It’s the first of July and that means that it is time to thank those companies who help sustain this blog. Truly, I couldn’t do it without their support. If you appreciate them as much as I do, please follow a link or two and show them that you care. Cuppow is the creator of the original mason jar travel mug […]

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Giveaway: Chalk Tops from Masontops

One of the reasons that so many of us love canning jars is that they are so versatile. Sure, you can in them (and goodness knows, I certainly do). They’re also great to use as drinking glasses (during the summer, I try to drink at least three quarts of water a day and use a […]

Giveaway: Fillmore Container $50 Gift Codes

This week’s giveaway is sponsored by Fillmore Container. They are a jar distributor based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and they sell a whole world of jars, accessories, lids, cookbooks, and other great gear. Two lucky winners will each get a $50 gift code with which they can order anything they want from the wide array of […]

Upcoming Live Online Classes

I taught my first live online class last month and learned a lot from the experience about what I can accomplish in an hour and what seems to be useful to those of you who tuned in. I’ve scheduled three more sessions for the coming months and hope that some of you will join me. […]

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