Category Archives: Canning

Tomato Juice for Canning (Canning Week)

Fresh homemade Tomato Juice is one of the easiest canning recipes! It’s Day Five of Canning Week, so I thought I’d end the week with a super-simple recipe for making your own Tomato Juice. There are only two ingredients and … Continue reading

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Preserving Basil (Canning Week)

It’s Day Four of Canning Week on the site and today I’m not canning. Instead I’ll be telling you the simplest way to Freeze Basil to preserve that fresh herb flavor for use in sauces, soups, stews, salad dressings, or … Continue reading

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Tomato Relish (Canning Week)

A recipe for Tomato Relish for use as a Bruschetta Topping is the third installment for Canning Week! The recipe is simple, the results are wonderful and you will have a stock of topping for Bruschetta to take you through … Continue reading

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Tomato Jam (Canning Week)

Tomato Jam, a Southern Appalachian favorite, is a way to preserve the fresh tomato flavor of summer in a jar. Used as a condiment on sandwiches, slathered on biscuits, and even as an amazing addition to a cheeseboard, tomato jam … Continue reading

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Dill Pickle Relish for Canning (Canning Week)

The first post for Canning Week, this recipe for Dill Pickle Relish results from an overabundance of cucumbers from my Wee Kitchen Garden. An essential ingredient in Southern-Style Mustard Potato Salad, we go through a lot here in the Saucy … Continue reading

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Apple Red Pepper Jelly

Canning your own Apple Red Pepper Jelly is simple with this easy recipe. Pepper Jelly atop cream cheese to serve with crackers is a staple of Southern entertaining. This twist on Pepper Jelly uses apple juice/cider as the base and … Continue reading

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Pear and Tart Cherry Chutney

This recipe for Pear and Tart Cherry Chutney is an English-style chutney, using both fresh fruit (pears) and dried fruits (tart cherries and golden raisins). It’s a perfect relish-type jam that pairs wonderfully with cheeses, used as a sandwich spread, … Continue reading

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Garlic Dill Pickles – Crispy Homemade for Canning

This recipe for Crispy Garlic Dill Pickles is a very simple one; if you love a crispy pickle, here’s my version for canning. 

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Crisp Homemade Pickles – Southern-Style Cucumber Lime Sweet Hot Pickles

If you love a really crispy sweet/hot pickle, this is the recipe for you. Lime pickles are a southern tradition and while not an “easy” canning recipe, because it is a two-day process, it is mostly passive time and the … Continue reading

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Salsa for Canning

It’s the height of tomato season; this recipe for Salsa is for canning and will make 10 pints. So, hit your garden or local farmers’ market for 7 pounds of this season’s tomatoes. There’s nothing like having fresh tomatoes of … Continue reading

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