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Can anyone help me find a source(s) for cobalt blue canning jars? I know they are available, I just can’t seem to find them. PLEASE HELP!
I have a seven year old and two four year olds. I would like to make some fun treats with them for Halloween. I was referred to FBR from the forum. I would love to see if anyone has any great recipes. I’m hoping for some photos too (is that even possible?) because I have trouble visualizing. Thanks!
Anyone make their own cream-style corn, like the stuff you get in the market? One of our TNT easy fix, used to be cheap, recipes is a corn cheese soup, which uses creamed corn as its primary ingredient. I used to be able to feed us both for < $3. Lately however, the corn is so expensive I’ve been buying commercial cans and freezing it in 2 person portions. [It's still not all that cheap.]
I’ve determined that I should make my own. Does anyone do this? Is it in the BBB?
Looking for the Ball jar chart, I think the link was posted here, can’t find it. My sister just gave me two old blue jars from her collection (thanks, Sis!) and I was wondering how old they are.
There is a recipe posted on the blog, but my jelly didn’t set up. Can I rebatch the jelly that I canned and try to add more pectin to thicken it up? Is that possible to do? Has anyone done this with success? I don’t want to throw out all the jelly I (tried to make):P. Thanks a bunch
I just found the world’s easiest recipe for caramelizing onions. (3 lb onions, 1 stick butter…put it in a crock pot on low for approx 8 hours, until it’s caramel colored!) I know I can freeze these.
But, if I knew how to can, could I can them? I don’t know if butter is “can-able”. (Is that a word?)
The original recipe had salt in it. I didn’t use any, and I used salt-free butter (sweet butter) too. Don’t know if that would make a difference? I like a lot of salt, my DH a lot of pepper, so rather than cooking something one or the other of us likes and the other doesn’t, I do a weird thing: I don’t cook with either most of the time.
Thanks in advance!
My 14 month old is not a fan of hard cereals (Cheerios), but she loves Nutrigrain bars. I’m just not crazy about their cost or ingredient list (compared to something homemade). I’ve tried a recipe I found online, but it just tasted like mushed up and baked cheerios. Does anyone have a recipe for homemade soft cereal bars?
Hi, Suzanne! Really enjoy your site – read it every day. Is it possible to can your Italian-Style Tomato Sauce, and if so – how? It looks really good, and could be used in so many different dishes. Thanks!