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    What have you canned/dehydrated/froze this year?

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    Krislady
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 6:35 am
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    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    Krislady wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:


    Oh, froze the last fresh strawberries and now cranberries are in, fresh $3.49/pkg, but i want to make Xmas jam again.


    Xmas jam? Is that with cranberries? Recipe?

    (Apparent inability to complete sentences. . . )



    lol



    Christmas Jam (Pectin Version)


    Ah, thank you. icon_smile.gif

    I'll have to hold it, though, for next year. I couldn't get any strawberries this year - my regular place lost their entire crop, and any others were so ridiculously expensive I took a pass.

    Next year, though. . .
    Chef Sean #2
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 1:54 am
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    Well, this year our Pomegranate tree really produced, we had approximately 60 to 80 softball sized Pomegranates. So, we, with the first 20 separated out all of the arils and froze about 5 Pomegranates worth, and made Pomegranate Juice with the remaining 15 Then a week later, 30 more Pomegranates were ready, so we separated out all of the arils, Then, ran approximately 2 to 3 Pomegranates worth of Arils at a time through the blender. Then we poured the resulting mash through an old, stretched out 300 thread count cotton sheet (after washing it). At that point we had, approximately 1.5 gallons of pure Pomegranate Juice. Since, we had so much Juice, I went looking on Food.com for recipes that called for Pomegranate Juice. Found Pomegranate Jelly. Made with some old Certo, didn't Jell. So, then bought some new liquid Pectin, fresh jars and caps. Made it again, this time jelled Perfectly. So, made another batch. In all, canned two batches of Pomegranate Jelly, and still had approximately .75 gallons of Fresh Pomegranate Juice.

    With the Juice, I've been drinking it mixed 1-to-2 with Lemonade. The Pomegranate juice gives the Lemonade a nice red color plus it also brings the "tang" of fresh Pomegranate juice.

    Also, my Habanero chile plants, although we were fighting a losing battle with caterpillars,I managed to harvest approximately 10 chilies. So far, haven't had a chance to do anything with them, but I'll probably slice them in half and run through the Dehydrator. Then, last but not least, grind the resulting dried chiles and probably seal the resulting chile powder in jars. That way, I can use the chile powder in whatever I decide to.
    Dib's
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:13 am
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    Krislady wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    Krislady wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:


    Oh, froze the last fresh strawberries and now cranberries are in, fresh $3.49/pkg, but i want to make Xmas jam again.


    Xmas jam? Is that with cranberries? Recipe?

    (Apparent inability to complete sentences. . . )



    lol



    Christmas Jam (Pectin Version)


    Ah, thank you. icon_smile.gif

    I'll have to hold it, though, for next year. I couldn't get any strawberries this year - my regular place lost their entire crop, and any others were so ridiculously expensive I took a pass.

    Next year, though. . .


    There's a recipe in this month's jam/jelly that calls for apples and crushed pineapple if you don't have strawberries. Yummy stuff!
    tasb
    Tue Nov 13, 2012 12:41 am
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    Feeding the Freezers this weekend.

    Lasagnas, cheated with purchased pasta sauce, but added lots of veggies, some meat and seasonings. I don't add the mozza until the last 12-20 minutes of baking, I bake from frozen. 13 pans with a little sauce leftover. Made on Saturday.
    Chili, I wrote half container instead of half meal, about 9 meals worth, unless I used half a meal for Chili Dogs then at will extend it. Made on Saturday.
    Bannock to go with our Chili, so I guess i got 10 meals out of it after all. Made on Saturday.
    10 Buttertarts (not for the freezer), Swiss Chard & Italian Sausage Lasagna, we already ate 2 pans for dinner tonight. Made on Monday.
    Banana Bread. Probably going to have 2 this week and freeze the other 2. Made on Monday.
    Kinda a stock picture to represent the 20 Personal Beef Pot Pies I made on Sunday.

    I also made 12 loaves White Bread. Also cooked and froze 6 lbs hamburger plain. I wasn't planning on doing this much work, just turned out this way. But I am happy the freezers are full. Hopefully hubby doesn't get to go hunting anytime soon.

    I had to do lots of freezer shuffling this weekend. One freezer isn't set low enough to freeze major amounts of food. Forgot about this Saturday and I put the Lasagnas in there. So Sunday Morning I was putting them in to the other freezer, taking things out of the frig freezer so I could put the chili in there to freeze, put those into the first said freezer. Then I had to put only 6 loaves of bread in the frig at a time because I like to slice them when they are completely chilled before freezing them. Once the lasagnas and chili were frozen I had to take the extras out of there, put them back in the frig, then stock the frozen meals into the freezer. Straightened up both deep-freezes, just a little.
    tasb
    Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:26 am
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    17-1/2 cup jars Pear Sauce, like applesauce but using pears, and have a batch of pears in the dehydrator.
    Amberngriffinco
    Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:48 am
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    Dib's wrote:
    Krislady wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    Krislady wrote:
    Amberngriffinco wrote:


    Oh, froze the last fresh strawberries and now cranberries are in, fresh $3.49/pkg, but i want to make Xmas jam again.


    Xmas jam? Is that with cranberries? Recipe?

    (Apparent inability to complete sentences. . . )



    lol


    yum.. my straw pineapple jam is just ok.. but that sounds good!




    Christmas Jam (Pectin Version)


    Ah, thank you. icon_smile.gif

    I'll have to hold it, though, for next year. I couldn't get any strawberries this year - my regular place lost their entire crop, and any others were so ridiculously expensive I took a pass.

    Next year, though. . .


    There's a recipe in this month's jam/jelly that calls for apples and crushed pineapple if you don't have strawberries. Yummy stuff!
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