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Benefits of Small Batch Canning

October 19, 2012 10:54 am : Blog

Canning is fun, but let’s be honest, it’s a lot of work too.  To keep canning fun and manageable, I only do a few very large canning projects  (preferably with family or friends) and a lot of little ones.  No one says you need to put away enough food to feed a small village!  That only leads to “canning guilt” when you don’t’ eat everything you’ve canned, a huge clean up and some late nights.  No one wants that.

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French Fry Flavored Cutting Boards

October 17, 2012 1:18 pm : Blog

I got a hankering for homemade french fries yesterday. Real french fries. Not the olive-oil baked fries I usually make, but real deep-fried french fries. I don’t have a deep fryer nor will I ever own one, so I just made them in a stock pot and scooped them out with a slotted spoon.
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Drying Herbs

January 7, 2012 1:12 am : Blog

drying basilI make it a point to have a small herb garden everywhere I live. Herbs are tough, hardy, sun tolerant, fragrant, and just a pinch can transform a meal. And they make me happy.

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A Sour Start to Making Sourdough Starter

October 5, 2011 1:12 am : Blog

homemade sourdough starterI paid $70 to take a sourdough bread making class. I drove one hour to a seedy part of San Francisco and spent 2 hours in said class.

I did not learn how to make sourdough bread or a sourdough starter. (sour face)

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