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Cookbooks: The Modern Preserver

These days, it takes a lot for a canning book to delight me. After all, I’ve spent the better part of the last decade totally immersed in jamming, pickling, and preserving. I sometimes even begin to think that perhaps I’ve seen every trick and flavor combination there is. And then a book like The Modern […]

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Last Call for Food Preservation Workshop at the Omega Institute

Friends, consider this a workshop last call. In a little over two weeks, I’m teaching a weekend-long food preservation workshop at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY. It starts on Friday, June 24 and runs through Sunday, June 26. We’ll make between 10 and 12 different products and will dig into a variety of skills, including jam […]

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Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Perfect Pickle Sampler

This week’s Perfect Pickle Sampler giveaway comes to us from long-time Food in Jars sponsor Mrs. Wages. I’ve been doing a bit of work with the folks from Mrs. Wages for the last six years and one element of our annual partnership is that they always offer up one or two awesome baskets of their mixes, […]

Guest Post: Pink and Yellow Pickled Eggs from Heather Francis

Today’s guest post comes from Heather Francis. Heather is originally from Nova Scotia, Canada and has spent the last decade working and living on boats. Since 2008 she and her Aussie partner Steve have been living and sailing Kate, their Newport 41’. They document their travels and their edible DIY projects on their blog, Yacht Kate. […]

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Preserving the Edible Bounty at the Omega Institute

Most of the time, when I teach canning and preserving classes, they last no more than two or three hours. Occasionally though, I offer longer, more intense workshops in order to give people a chance to dig deeply and really get hands on with the preserving experience. I’m teaching one of these weekend-long workshops this […]

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Curious Feast Postcard Box from Princeton Architectural Press

I have always loved the convergence of food and art. Whether it’s a carefully arranged platter of cut vegetables designed to please the eye, or a more enduring still life rendered in oils or water color, I am always drawn in. Which is why I found the new box of postcards from Princeton Architectural Press […]

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