Tag: garden harvest

Sweet Cherry Recipes

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Sweet Cherry Recipes

Don’t know what to make with your sweet cherries? Here’s a round-up of all the sweet cherry recipes on this site. Jam and Other Soft Spreads Apricot Cherry Butter Brown Sugar Cherry Jam Cherry Almond Butter Cherry Ginger Jam Cherry-Lime Jam Sweet Cherry-Raspberry Jam   Pickled, Candied, Canned, etc. Brandied Cherries Candied Cherries Cherries in […]

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Vegetarian Stovetop Cabbage Rolls

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Vegetarian Stovetop Cabbage Rolls

Make cabbage rolls without heating the oven this summer. This vegetarian version is made on the stovetop using a Dutch oven. In some regions cabbage is a fall crop. But here in the Mid-Columbia, cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables are ready to harvest in early summer. I don’t grow them myself – but found this […]

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How to Blanch and Freeze Garden Peas

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How to Blanch and Freeze Garden Peas

It’s time to freeze the garden peas. This year’s crop of garden peas has come and gone. It’s always a tough crop to grow here in the Mid-Columbia. The peas actually grow quite well, but sometimes mature and get too old in a matter of days. Garden, or English peas, like cool weather, but the […]

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Time to Cook with Apples

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on October 25, 2017 0 Comments
Time to Cook with Apples

Autumn and apples go together like peanut butter and jelly. One just isn’t the same without the other!   What would we do without apples? No apple pie. No apple jelly. The world would a sadder place. Wild apples kept the masses happy in ancient times in the form of applejack. It also kept the […]

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How to Label Your Home Canned Creations

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on October 5, 2016 0 Comments
How to Label Your Home Canned Creations

Don’t forget to label your homemade jams, jellies and other treats for safe gift-giving. A few years ago my mother-in-law bought us a jar of homemade onion relish at the local harvest fair. The relish certainly looked festive, but we didn’t dare eat it.  Why? Because we knew nothing about it except that it was […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Pickling

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on October 3, 2016 0 Comments
Everything You Need to Know About Pickling

Ok, maybe not everything, but enough to fill your pantry! Now is the time to clean up the garden and get the pickling done. If you have never made pickles before, you are in for a nice surprise. Canning pickles is an easy project that allows more creativity than the same-old, same-old grocery pickle aisle […]

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Pickled Skinny Beans

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on September 1, 2016 0 Comments
Pickled Skinny Beans

Skinny, purple filet beans are fun to grow and make an unusual pickle. Growing French Beans I have been growing these skinny purple beans for a few years now. Like most backyard green beans, they are easy to grow and quite prolific, so you get a lot of food for little work. But because they […]

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Homemade Peach Granola

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on August 12, 2016 0 Comments
Homemade Peach Granola

Gain control over your food! Make your own healthy granola. Granola is one of those foods that should be healthy. After all, most of us were introduced to granola as a health food. But then granola became an everyday item, a victim of its own success. You know once something starts popping up on grocery […]

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Make and Freeze Apricot Puree Now – Use Later

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Make and Freeze Apricot Puree Now – Use Later

Overwhelmed by the fresh fruit harvest? It’s easy to make puree now and use it later. Apricots: Velvety. Tangy. Sweet. Just biting into one makes your mouth sing. The Greeks referred to apricots as “the golden egg of the sun.” Apricots are loved by people all over the world. The only drawback? The season is […]

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Tortellini Soup in a Jar

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on January 16, 2016 1 Comment
Tortellini Soup in a Jar

This Tortellini Soup Mix in a Jar makes a great gift anytime of the year. January is National Soup Month and we’ve been making soup and talking about soup all this month. Soup is a healthy, inexpensive meal idea that can usually be pulled together fairly quickly. But not all soups need to be made […]

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