Seed to Pantry
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I am excited to announce that my newest book, Mixes in a Jar – Delicious Recipes for Storing Year-round Gifts and Easy Meals is now available! You can order your copy on the Mother Earth News site.
If you have an excess of half-ripened slicing tomatoes, you may wonder what to do with them. They seldom ripen on the vine, and even if you bring them in to ripen on the windowsill, they lack sweet summer tomato taste.
It’s salsa canning time! The time of year when tomatoes, peppers, and onions are fresh and plentiful. But canning books don’t include many creativ
Combine green and yellow string beans, kidney beans, and garbanzo beans with a tangy dressing for a quick summertime salad.
The covid-induced shortage of canning jar lids has stretched into 2021. What are our options when we can’t find enough new lids for all our canning projects?
This Italian inspired white bean salad is simple to prepare and a welcome picnic dish.
It’s that time of year again – zucchini season. I have been following the Mediterranean example and using zucchini in everything; zucchini pie, stuffed zucchini, zucchini pickles, even zucchini brownies. But still, the zucchini keeps coming.
Don’t throw away those precious soap slivers that are too small to use. Turn them into a new bar!
This could be the year that you also make some cash with your canning and cooking talents. See all about the Home-based Food Entrepreneur’s Virtual National Conference below.