Layered Chicken Soup
So I've been seeing alot of talk about this layered chicken soup in the canning groups and a few other blogs. Of course when you hear so man...
Pressure Cooker FAQ: filling the pressure cooker ⋆ hip pressure cooking
Your pressure cooker could be easily damaged if it contains too little water, or too much food. Here's everything you need to know to keep your pressure cooker on the level and dinner coming.
Canning 101: How to Make Pear Jam - One Hundred Dollars a Month
I picked up a few pears last week and as it turned out nobody ate them. So this morning I decided to turn the rather ripe pears into a batch of yummy homemade jam. This was a first for me as I don’t think I have ever canned anything with pears before. If you have […]
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Canning Dried Beans to Save Time and Money | SchneiderPeeps
Canning dried beans at home can save you time and money. Learn how to make canned black beans, pinto beans, and other canned dried beans with this tutorial.
Leaving the Skins on Homemade Applesauce and Apple Pies | Heavenly Homemakers
Slowly but surely I’m getting a few things figured out with this applesauce-making business. Many of you left comments sharing that you were shocked that with all the canning I do, I don’t have a Victorio. Others were shocked that I take off the apple skins. Yep, I’m just learning along with the rest of us […]
Spaghetti Sauce for Canning Recipe - Food.com
Great tasting sauce. I wanted a recipe that would provide a smooth texture as well as have a few chunks in it. I like chunks but children prefer smooth. A compromise that works for us. Since tomatoes vary in acid levels adjust seasonings and sugar to your tastes.
Directions for Canning Green Beans With a Presto Pressure Cooker | eHow.com
A pressure cooker is the only safe way to can green beans and other low-acid vegetables at home. Killing spoilage organisms on green beans requires a water temperature of 240 degrees Fahrenheit, which is well above the 212 degrees Fahrenheit where water normally boils.
How to Can Green Beans Without a Pressure Cooker | eHow.com
Although many people hesitate to use pressure cookers, they are essential for safely processing fresh green beans. With a pH level of 4.6, green beans are considered a low-acid food, and all low-acid foods must be processed at higher temperatures than can be achieved by water bath methods.
Pear Raspberry Jam
I give this sweet and tangy jam as a Christmas gift. In this part of the country, pears and raspberries are in plentiful supply, but frozen berries work just as well.