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Storing Fresh Produce Without Plastic Bags + Giveaway

The season of farmers markets, CSA shares, and home gardens is finally here. After our long winter and equally extended spring, I couldn’t be happier to have access to fresh greens, tasty brassicas like kohlrabi, and local asparagus (and soon, the tomatoes will be here!). One thing that often trips me up for those first […]

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Home Again, Salsa, and Upcoming Book Events

I landed in Philadelphia right around 12 noon on Tuesday afternoon. It was almost exactly two weeks to the minute since I’d left and while the book tour was gloriously fun, returning home is always the best thing of all. I’ve spent the last day and a half reacquainting myself with home, unpacking bags and […]

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A Peek Inside Preserving by the Pint + Giveaway

I’ve been showing you all the cover of my new book, Preserving by the Pint, for months now. I thought that since today is its official release date (though Amazon makes such things mostly moot by shipping pre-orders as soon as it has them in stock), it might be fun to show you what it […]

Sponsored Post: Complete Knife Skills with Craftsy

Friends! Welcome to my first-ever sponsored post. I’ve teamed up with Craftsy for a year-long series. See more about our partnership at the end of the post! Enjoy! I am a self-taught home cook. I’ve never been to culinary school and I haven’t taken a cooking class since I was seven years old and my […]

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Preserves in Action: Homemade Tomato Soup

We are in the throes of another winter storm here in the Philadelphia area. Schools are closed, roads are impassable, and the sidewalks are treacherous. I don’t find the weather too much of an inconvenience, as I always work from my dining room table or my desk behind the television and thanks to my canning […]

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An Update on the Canning 101/New to Canning Plan

Several weeks back, I wrote a post asking for feedback about my Canning 101 and New To Canning categories. It’s taken me a little bit of time to digest all the questions and figure out how to tackle them. I found that they shake out into about ten categories (though one is something of a […]

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