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Canning salsa from your very own garden is one of life’s true palate pleasing pleasures.

Home Food Preservation and Canning

Preserving Food – Superb Sauces

Canning and Preserving Spectacular Salsas Sauces, relishes or dips that can spice up a meal or snack, salsas are enjoyed for intense flavors and colors. A combination of tomatoes, onions and peppers can add zest to chips. How To: Home Food Preservation and Canning Fruit, herbs and the “heat” of onion or pepper spooned across … Continue reading Preserving Food – Superb Sauces

Cranberry Spicy Salsa

Spicy Cranberry Salsa

Canning Salsa – Spicy Cranberry Salsa Caution: Wear plastic or rubber gloves and do not touch your face while handling or cutting hot peppers. If you do not wear gloves, wash hands thoroughly with soap and water before touching your face or eyes. Chef Amanda shows us how to make chicken tacos with cranberry salsa. … Continue reading Spicy Cranberry Salsa

Canning Salsa Cautions and Reminders

Canning Salsa Cautions and Reminders Follow the directions carefully for each recipe. Use the amounts of each vegetable (peppers, onions, etc.) listed in the recipe. Add the amount of vinegar or lemon juice listed. Do not thicken salsas with flour, cornstarch or other starches before canning. If a thicker salsa is desired, add these ingredients … Continue reading Canning Salsa Cautions and Reminders

Quick Open the Can or…

Canned Salsa Recipe – “Open the Can?” My good friend Cajun Clark, “Da ol’ Mon” as he calls himself has been kind enough to share a great salsa recipe with us. You are going to find this one of the most delicious, skillfully prepared, properly seasoned and enjoyable hot salsa recipes…er…mild salsa recipes you have … Continue reading Quick Open the Can or…

Tomatillos Mexican Husk Tomato

Best Loved Canned Salsa

Canned Salsa Recipes Tomatillo Green Salsa | Chile Salsa Everyone loves fresh homemade canned salsa recipes and if you cannot stand the store bought varieties, then a great solution is to make your own. The process of canning can be quite time consuming. The resulting reward is so fantastic you will wonder “Why haven’t I … Continue reading Best Loved Canned Salsa

Canning What Can’t You Can?

Special Thanks to Cajun Clark for his generosity in sharing this canning information. Caj, I can’t think of anything that couldn’t be canned. Except rice and store bought noodles don’t do very well; they disintegrate. However, I have almost talked myself into trying to can porcupine meatballs using brown wild rice, since that takes longer … Continue reading Canning What Can’t You Can?

Boiling Water Canning

Water Bath…Pressure Canner Step-by-Step

“Special Thanks to Cajun Clark for his generosity in sharing this canning information.” Caution: Whichever method you use, water bath canning or pressure canning, when the jars are removed from the canner, let them sit until room temperature. Do not attempt to remove the band until the jars have set for at least 24-hours. The … Continue reading Water Bath…Pressure Canner Step-by-Step

Simmered Beef Blackeyed Peas and Turnip Greens

Vicki Tells All – How She Got Hooked on Canning

“Special Thanks to Cajun Clark for his generosity in sharing this canning information.” Growing up, we ate self-sufficiently. “Well, Caj, when you ask me why, or how this all came to be about me canning. I had to figure that out myself before I could give an intelligent answer. Growing up, we ate self-sufficiently. Every … Continue reading Vicki Tells All – How She Got Hooked on Canning

using smoke to preserve meat, fish or fowl

Vicki Can’t Cook

But, She Sure Can, Can! “Special Thanks to Cajun Clark for his generosity in sharing this canning information.” Man, more likely woman, has been saving or at the least attempting to store food since the first brontosaurus wandered too close to the hunter’s spear. They used smoke, salt and sun; the latest technology then available. … Continue reading Vicki Can’t Cook