Canning Palooza

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Tomato sauce, salsa, spicy tomato juice, corn cob jelly, and pickles! It was a busy weekend! The food strainer got a workout.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 17, 2015  

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  1. 8-17
    3:07
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Your pantry will be full of wonderful treats for the Winter to come, and it looks like it will be a dilly.

  2. 8-17
    5:45
    pm

    Did your garden produce that bounty of tomatoes and cucumbers or were you able to buy them in bulk? Looks like some good eating in your future.

  3. 8-17
    9:35
    pm

    I hope to be doing this next year. I needed to see what was going on, on my farm land before I started digging stuff up and moving it. Maybe by fall, we will have our garden plotted out and getting ready for next spring. I have horses loose on the property, so I need to surround the garden area in a very secure way and decide how big it needs to be for what I want to plant. This year so far it’s been nice just seeing what we have naturally, or what the previous owner’s put in. (tree wise, I have a um, maybe a huckleberry, and a cherry plum, that I don’t know what to do with…)

  4. 8-17
    9:36
    pm

    plum…plum, not um.

  5. 8-20
    2:28
    pm

    ClaudiaL, we had cherry plums here and a friend made jam and said it tasted like pits. My other friend’s dad made wine and it was a little pity also but still good. They are great eating however.
    Suzanne, that looks so good. You did put in lots of hours also. I know you and yours will enjoy it this winter.

  6. 8-22
    5:56
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Suzanne, have you ever canned any peppers in tomato sauce?

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