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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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Upcoming Classes: Brooklyn! Phoenixville! Portland!

Canning season is here in full swing, which means now is the time to sharpen your canning skills with a class. Here’s where I’ll be over the course of the next six weeks. June 18 – Strawberry Jam at The Brooklyn Kitchen in Brooklyn, New York. The class runs from 6:30 – 8:30 and features […]

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Upcoming Classes: Philly! Chestnut Hill! Phoenixville!

Strawberries are ripe, cherries are starting, and peaches aren’t far away! Take a class and brush up on your preservation skills! Here’s where I’ll be in June! June 4 (that’s tonight!) – Jam making and canning demonstration, along with a book signing at Art in the Age in Old City, Philadelphia from 6 – 8 […]

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Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Pickle Mix Basket

For the last three years, I’ve been lucky enough to work with Mrs. Wages (more about the real Mrs. Wages here), writing recipes and little ditties about seasonal canning for their newsletter. They’re a company based down south that is devoted to creating spice mixes, pectins, vinegars, and other useful canning products. I’ve used a number […]

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Upcoming Classes: Glenside! Greensgrow! Blooming Glen Farm!

Happy Monday, friends! I’ll be back later with the weekly giveaway post, but I wanted to drop in this morning and share a couple of events I’ve got on the schedule for the next seven days. I’ll have cookbooks with me for sale at all three of these events! This Thursday, May 16, I’ll be […]

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Guest Post: Pickled Beets with Honey from Camille Storch

Oh friends, do I have a treat in store for you today! It’s a guest post from writer, woodworker, avid canner, and mom of two, Camille Storch. She writes about ecology, agriculture, community, and the reality of her family’s joyful, off-the-grid life in rural Western Oregon on her blog, Wayward Spark. She also designs and crafts […]

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