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  • Sweet & Spicy Pickled Jalapeños

    What do you do when a dear friend gives you an abundance of jalapeños? I had too many to eat and I couldn’t let them go to waste, so I went to the good ol’ Internet for a canning recipe. I was looking for a unique recipe that would make a great Christmas gift for family and neighbors. I actually found this recipe last year and put up one batch. It was a huge success with everyone that tried it, but we ran out really fast.

  • Tips for Canning

    Canning is a method of food preservation that has been around for nearly 400 years. In recent years, more and more people are canning fruit, jams, jellies, meats, and more. For many, canning has been an at-home tradition and is a way of life.
  • Canning Salsa and "Glamping" with the Reluctant Entertainer

    It's that time of year again. The fruit and vegetables are ripe and canning season is in full swing. I have been talking to several people who have been busy canning this year's local harvest. One of which is our friend Sandy Coughlin, who recently found the joy of canning on the back patio.
  • Camp Chef Unveils Its New 14/16 Cooking System

    Camp Chef is The Way to Cook Outdoors. Camp Chef stoves are versatile cooking systems that can be fully customized to allow for a wide range of cooking styles. Grill, griddle, boil, or fry – it can all be done on a Camp Chef.
  • Canning 101 - In a Jam

    I couldn’t pass up a recent Food Network magazine at the check out counter. That almost NEVER happens. The cover was arrayed with fresh garden tomatoes, tiny bits of bacon and Parmesan. It looked so delicious that I couldn’t help myself. When I opened it up, I found some great recipes, including this gem.

  • Canning 101 - What You'll Need

    I started canning about 10 years ago. My mom did NOT have good memories of canning as a child, and as a result, she didn’t want to subject me to the same torture. However, when I planted my first garden (to get produce cheaper and tastier) I found some way of preserving all of that hard work! Back then, I started with tomatoes (although you now have to pressure can those now), but I still have plenty of things that I like to water bath can.

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