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June Sponsors: Cuppow, iLids, Fillmore Container, MightyNest, Mrs. Wages, Fermentools, and Preserving Now

Happy first of June! The change in calendar means it is time to thank those companies who help support Food in Jars. It would not be sustainable for me to write here so often without their support! If you like something they do, please do follow a link or two and show them that you care. Cuppow is the […]

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Links: Ramps, Rhubarb, and Winners

Since turning in the book draft on Wednesday, I’ve slept a little more than normal, gone for a couple extended walks along the river, made nettle pesto (more on that soon), and wandered through two farmers markets. I have a busy start to the coming week, but my birthday (36!) is Thursday and I plan […]

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May Sponsors: Cuppow, iLids, Fillmore Container, Mighty Nest, Mrs. Wages, Fermentools, and Preserving Now!

It is the first! of! the! month! which means it is time to thank those companies who help support Food in Jars. It would not be sustainable for me to write here so often without their support! If you like something they do, please do follow a link or two and show them that you care. […]

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May 2015 Canning Classes

. May is coming, and with it, the official start to my 2015 teaching season. I’m not going to be teaching and demoing as much this year as I did last because I don’t have a new book out this year, and the amount I did in 2014 was more than a little insane. I […]

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Other People’s Preserves: McVicker Pickles Rainbow Cumin-Pepper Carrots from Garibaldi Goods

Other People’s Preserve is my opportunity to shine a spotlight on some of the very delicious jams, pickles, and condiments being made by dedicated professionals. If you see one of these products out in the wild, consider picking up a jar, tub, or bottle! I am exceedingly fond of pickles with attitude. Don’t get me […]

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Pickled Red Beet Eggs

These are some words I originally wrote for Serious Eats, back in the days of my In a Pickle column. As we approach both Passover and Easter, I thought it might be appropriate to share this tale and recipe here, in the hopes that you might be inspired to take some of your hard boiled […]

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