Wondering about pressure canning? You’re not alone – lots of people are learning how to stock their pantries. We do lots of canning each year and enjoy eating our own homegrown food in the winter. Fruits, vegetables, meats, soups – the list goes on. Here’s how I process vegetables – lots of photos and there […]
The deli at our local grocery store used to give away an apricot BBQ sauce with the chicken tenders. I bought the chicken just so I could get the sauce. I loved it. For whatever reason, they quit carrying it and switched to a boring honey BBQ sauce. No thanks! So I decided it was […]
I spend a LOT of time preserving our garden bounty. I don’t know about you but I sometimes find myself frustrated by the amount of time I spend processing food in the evenings. Don’t get me wrong, I love preserving food. I just don’t like how inefficient some of the canning equipment seems to be. […]
Fresh fruit in Alaska can get expensive, organic fruit even more so. So when Costco has cases of organic pears for less than $2.50 per pound, you buy a case and get to work on no sugar canned pears. Try out this oh-so-easy recipe today!
Canning, by and far, is one of the easiest things I know how to do. That may be because I steer away from complicated recipes, but I find it so rewarding to pick food from my garden or trees and preserving it myself. Many people are overwhelmed by canning, but with a few good pieces […]