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Photos From the Food in Jars Flickr Pool

Each Saturday, I dig through the Food in Jars Flickr pool and feature some of your photographs here in this space. If you’d like to see your hard work on the blog, please add your images to the group! Here are this week’s selections. For all of those in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s tomato season. Ock Du Spock […]

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Pictures from the Food in Jars Flickr Pool

Each Saturday, I dig through the Food in Jars Flickr pool and feature some of your photographs here in this space. If you’d like to see your hard work on the blog, please add your images to the group! Here are this week’s selections. Cheryl’s gorgeous red pepper jelly. She put the recipe right into […]

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Links: Apricot Gelato and Spiced Pumpkin Butter Bars

Is it just me or does November seem to be speeding by? I swear, it was just Halloween and now we’re more than halfway through the month. I am singularly unprepared for the rush of the holiday season but here we are nonetheless. How are the rest of you holding up? Now, links. Currant orange […]

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Why You Should Store Your Jars Without Their Rings

Whenever I teach a canning class, I always mention the fact that it’s important to remove the rings from your jars before you put them away. You see, those rings are only necessary to hold the lids in place during processing and then again when you open the jar to use the contents. There are […]

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Upcoming Classes: Reading Terminal Market! Western Mass! Wyebrook Farm!

Though tomatoes and peaches are finished, there’s still plenty to be canning this time of year. Come take a class and preserve the fruits of autumn. October 29 – Chutney making class with the Fair Food Farmstand at Reading Terminal Market. We’ll make a batch of apple pear chutney (using all local fruit) from 6-8 pm in […]

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Links: Autumn Canning and Winners

The last two weeks have been a whirlwind. There were two classes in Washington, D.C., four canning demos across three counties, and a visit from my sister and her touring partner Becca. I’ve logged about 1,000 miles on the road and have canned my way through a bushel of pears. It has been good and […]

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