Recipes and Food
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Tired or sauce and salsa? Try out this sticky and sweet Tomato Jam! It’s sure to be a new favorite to add to your home canned pantry!
Are you wondering what to do with your garden harvest? Check out these 11 Food Preservation Guides- and you’ll be a canning genius in no time!
Do you have a bountiful garden? Check out these 100+ home canning recipes and resources so that you know exactly how to preserve all that harvest!
Do you have cucumbers piling up from the garden? Here are 10 ways to preserve cucumbers that will let you enjoy their crisp goodness all year long!
Dehydrating cucumbers into crunchy cucumber chips is a great way to preserve cucumbers. You can make BBQ chips, ranch chips, or the flavor of your choice.
Use your homegrown cucumbers to make this simple, homemade pickle relish. Canned for longer storage this relish can be enjoyed all year long!
Are you looking for something other than pickles to do with your cucumbers? Try this sweet and tangy cucumber jelly for something light and refreshing!
These quick and easy refrigerator pickles are sweet and tangy- and the perfect thing to make with all those fresh grown cucumbers from your garden!
Jelly made from flowers is a tasty way to use the flowers already in your yard. Here’s how to make forsythia jelly from your forsythia bush this spring!
Canning is a great way to preserve your garden or local, seasonal favorites. Are you making these canning mistakes that cost you time, money or your health?
This homemade pumpkin butter made with all the spices of your favorite pumpkin pie is full of fresh grown squash and full of the taste of fall!
Simple peach preserves sweetened only with honey allows the natural goodness of the fruit to shine through.
Do you love to make fresh salsa with your summer tomato harvest? Try my recipe for garden fresh salsa using roasted tomatoes, peppers, garlic and onions.
Make your own easy, delicious roasted tomato sauce using garden fresh tomatoes. Freeze or can to enjoy your summer bounty all year long.
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