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Category Archives: canning
Here’s the first canning of the summer for me. I made relish with onions, peppers and cucumbers. I’ve also been oven-roasting tomatoes, then freezing them on the cookie sheet. Then I pack them into jars and return them to the … Continue reading
The first snowdrop Sorrel sprouting Rye grass greening Chickens enjoying the rye grass Sap simmering on the stove Maple syrup in jars Spring has begun!
Finally, I’d seen a bag of limes in the discount produce the day before at the store. I decided I’d be able to find something to do with them. I looked through a few recipes and one for Lime Curd … Continue reading
Last month I made a double- batch of cider jelly. The recipe comes from a book called Preserves. As I wrote when I shared another recipe from this book, I like the inspiration, but the yields are listed in pounds … Continue reading