Welcome to the August 18, 2008 edition of carnival of home preserving! I hope you enjoy reading the informative posts this week! In our garden we have mostly zucchini so far….we are now the crazy zucchini neighbours..you know the ones, perhaps you are one yourself? Any time you have company, “Would you like a zucchini?”. We’ll be slicing and freezing the excess.
Laura Williams presents Laura Williams’ Musings: Barbecue Sauce, a barbecue sauce recipe and canning instructions, posted at Laura Williams’ Musings. . I see that it doesn’t include any cornstarch or wheat! We are going to have to try this one, our oldest daughter has allergies.
Heather presents A Guide, sharing the little known beauty benefits of canning and preserving, a tongue in cheek guide, posted at A Place of Quiet Rest.
Anthony presents Grandma’s Kitchen Harkens Back To An Era Gone By, describing a woman who is making canning a business, posted at Stark County, Ohio News And Views….
Michele presents Rhubarb-Rose Jam - using roses in canning, posted at Frugal Granola.
EcoSalon presents Fermentation Nation with a basic cabbage and carrots fermentation recipe, posted at EcoSalon.
Barb presents My Daily Round: Yesterday’s Kitchen Day with a quick and easy method of freezing herbs for single serving use, posted at My Daily Round.
That concludes this edition, hope you’ve enjoyed it, I know I have! Thanks for coming by.
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