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Upcoming Classes: Pressure Canning! Pie Filling! Fall Chutney!

  We are well into the season for apples, pears, and quince, and cranberries should be arriving any day now. Come take a class with me and learn how to preserve some of this fall bounty! October 9 – Pressure canning class at Cooking Spotlight in Phoenixville, PA. I’ll demonstration how to make a batch of […]

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The Sur La Table Preserving Box + Giveaway

It should come as no surprise to any of you that I take a certain amount of pride in being on top of all things canning. I like to know about the preserving cookbooks that are in the pipeline. I do my darnedest to be aware of any tools that are being marketed with canning […]

Urban Preserving: Pickled Fairy Tale Eggplant

Two years ago, when I was still writing a weekly pickling column for Serious Eats, I made a little batch of pickled eggplant to feature in that space. The recipe was just slightly adapted from one in Linda Ziedrich’s book The Joy of Pickling. I did not have particularly high hopes for that particular pickle, […]

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Canning Classes: Brooklyn! Portland! Boston!

  Hey canners! Just a quick Monday morning reminder about my upcoming classes. There are still a bunch of spots left in the Portland class and I’d love to see some of you PDX-ers there! July 18 – Apricot jam two ways at The Brooklyn Kitchen in Brooklyn, New York. Class runs from 6:30 – […]

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Upcoming Classes: Boston! Brooklyn! Bucks County!

Last week, I posted about some of the classes I have coming up in the next few weeks. However, knowing how busy life can get, I bet a lot of you are already booked in the nearer term. That’s why today I’m writing about the the events I have coming up in August, in the […]

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Canning 101: Tall Jars for Asparagus, Green Beans, and More

Whenever I’m about to start a canning project, I spent a few moments thinking about what I’m making, to ensure that I grab the best jars to do the job. This means that when I can jams, jellies, and fruit butters, I reach for the half pint (or smaller!) jars, aware that it will take […]

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