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I learned a couple of new tricks when I tried canning local heirloom tomatoes from the farmers’ market this week. You can benefit from my mistakes. Continue reading
I’m investing my time this week toward two goals: 1) learning to use a new camera (a Canon Rebel xsi, if you’d care to know) so that I can create better photos to share with you here on writes4food; and … Continue reading
For several deeply held reasons, I am attempting to scale back the scope of Christmas (at least the spending and gifting parts of Christmas) in favor of a quieter, simpler, more loving approach. Because I have more spare time than … Continue reading
My mom, knowing me as well as she does, gave me a copy of a Better Homes and Gardens special publication that’s all about canning. There are a ton of interesting recipes for homemade jams, jellies and preserved vegetable: strawberry-ginger … Continue reading
As I’ve found myself in complete control of my own schedule this summer for the first time in, like, a zillion years, I’ve been doing things I’ve long wanted to do but never seemed to have time for. Like making … Continue reading
Hard to admit, but I’ve never before made strawberry jam that I’ve processed in jars. As a kid, I’d go strawberry-picking with the family and we’d make freezer jam (super easy!). But I haven’t done the cooked-and-jarred stuff. Until now. … Continue reading