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Ease up the freezer space by canning your meat
Canning your own meat means you’ll have a meal ready to heat up at the end of a long day. It eases up space in the freezer and you won’t lose the meat when the power goes out. The biggest...
From classic dill pickles to the unique flavor of pickled radishes, these recipes are great for snacking and layering on sandwiches.
What a tasty way to enjoy radishes from the garden!
Prep: 20 min. | Chill: 8 hours 2 cups sliced radishes (8 ounces) 1 small onion, cut into thin wedges and separated 1/2 cup sugar 1 1/2 teaspoon salt Step 1: Slice radishes by hand...
Use fresh produce from your garden or the local farmer's market to create delicious jams, jellies, pickles, and sauces that seal up that garden flavor.
This is a great way to use up your rhubarb! Try rhubarb-apricot, or one of the other varieties listed below!
5 cups rhubarb, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1 cup water 5 cups sugar 1 cup apricot pie filling 2 three-ounce packages apricot-flavored gelatin 1. In 6-quart kettle or Dutch oven, simmer rhubarb...
Make your pantry pretty by downloading our free canning labels!
Print these stylish labels onto Avery 2x4 mailing labels (template #5163), then write the contents and date, and you're set! The labels come in three great colors, perfect for your tasty canned...
Pears are in season in late fall, so if you missed the summer canning season, you still have time to make home-preserved fruit for the holidays. Spread the herbed pear preserves over waffles for a...
Download our free canning labels! Prep: 55 minutes; Cook: 20 minutes; Process: 10 minutes; Makes: 7 half-pints 4 to 6 pounds firm, ripe Bartlett or Bosc pears (about 10 medium...
Enjoy these tasty preserves on their own, or use as a base for a delicious vinaigrette.
Download our free canning labels! Prep: 25 minutes; Cook: 20 minutes; Process: 10 minutes; Makes: 7 half-pints 6 medium to large firm, ripe pears such as Bartlett or Bosc (about 3...
Harvest a heap of red, green, or golden pears and discover how beautifully they bound from bushel to jar.
Preserve your garden's bounty or take advantage of those great deals at the farmer's market by canning fruits and vegetables.