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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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Cookbooks: The Backyard Homestead Book of Kitchen Know-How

I have been a fan of Andrea Chesman’s work for a very, very long time. The author of more than 20 book, her Pickles & Relishes was one of the first canning books I bought when I started down this path nearly a decade ago and I consider The Pickled Pantry one of the best […]

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Food in Jars is Seven Years Old Today!

Hard though it may be to believe, today is the seventh anniversary of the very first post on this blog (it feels like it’s been both much longer and far shorter than that). I started this site when I knew I would be leaving my job as the lead blogger of Slashfood. I wanted to […]

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The 2015 Class of Preserving and DIY Books

Most people post this kind of cookbook round-up at the end of December or at the very beginning of January. Makes a whole lot of sense doing it then, too. It’s a nice way to recall a year’s worth of books and set the slate clean for the new year. Sadly, I didn’t get to […]

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December Sponsors: Cuppow, Fillmore Container, EcoJarz, New West KnifeWorks, Fermentools, Mrs. Wages, Hobby Hill Farm, & Mason Jar Lifestyle

It’s the start of a new month and that means that it’s time to thank the companies that help make this site possible. As we head into the holiday season, please do think of them for your making and gifting purposes! In the top spot, we’ve got Cuppow! They are the creator of the original […]

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