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    Jams, Jellies, and Other Preserves

    I have yet to make any type of preserve. I'm planning to attempt some this summer/fall.

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    This is just one of my comfort foods. I love it slathered on homemade biscuits. MMMMmmmm...so good.

    Recipe #93886

    This is a salsa developed because I hate to can and my husband insists on planting at least 100 tomato plants each year. It lasts about a year in the freezer. Last year we ran out at Christmas. Update, I taught my husband how to make and can salsa so we are canning now, probably better. We also have added the limes and some habaneros to taste for the hotter salsa.

    Recipe #12275

    2 Reviews |  By Manda

    Sweet, yet tangy, full of flavor...this recipe just screams SUMMER to me! We make these every summer, and usually have enough to last us through the winter (this recipe makes a lot). This year, we didn't quite make it, so I can't wait to make a batch when the cukes are ready!!These are also great to have on hand when you get invited to a BBQ/party and have no time to cook something (got me out of quite a few pinches;) Using a mandolin makes the slicing much easier, and gets the slices thinner than cutting by hand.

    Recipe #26096

    43 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Here is a basic strawberry jam recipe; no-cook. Once you try this and see how easy it is, you'll never buy commercial strawberry jam again!

    Recipe #31972

    This makes a great gift and is so useful in your cupboard! Adapted from Razzle Dazzle Recipes and changed a bit! This may be canned or poured into ice cube trays and frozen, to use when needed!

    Recipe #180683

    I know people wax poetic over Nutella (I don't mind it myself) but, for me, this extraordinarily simple spread (Confit de miel et noisettes) on a piece of toast is heaven. It will keep indefinitely in an air-tight jar in the fridge but, trust me, it won't last that long.

    Recipe #120220

    Another use for those unripe or end of season green tomatoes. It really does taste like raspberry jam! I got this recipe from Southern Living.

    Recipe #64798

    I believe this is a Betty Crocker recipe (hence the "BC") that my mom has used for years to make the best garlic dill pickles.

    Recipe #185296

    64 Reviews |  By WJKing

    My Mennonite mother's 'famous' tomato soup - hard to beat! Perfect anytime of the year! Enjoy! Here's what I purchased (for you to use as a baseline reference): - to yield 75 quarts of soup - 3 bushels of tomatoes, 6 lbs. butter, 5 lbs. sugar, 3 bunches celery, 5 lbs. flour. Hope that helps! (RECIPE BELOW IS FOR 8-10 QUARTS) (I make lots, and then frequently give this as a gift for a new mother, a hostess gift (when invited to dinner), a get-well meal, etc..) Super quick - easy to make, and can easily add garlic bread and a salad and dessert for a quick meal to bless someone. ENJOY!

    Recipe #44058

    A delicious sweet pickle, this recipe comes from my mom who got it from a dear old friend of hers from church. The original recipe doesn't seem to have had a title because we've always just called them 'Mrs. Fast Pickles.' Mrs. Fast passed away this last year, but she will be lovingly remembered by my mother, who saw her as a surrogate grandmother, and by myself, who also sort of 'adopted' her as a grandmother. (Cooking time includes standing time)

    Recipe #185294

    114 Reviews |  By Mirj

    You can use these in all kinds of recipes, pastas, salads, whatever floats your boats. I also like to snack on these, although the flavor is intense!

    Recipe #14681

    I seem to be addicted to the idea of praline anything lately. Putting this here for safe keeping (in case I ever think of something that must absolutely be smothered in praline butter!). It comes from the Better Homes and Gardens book "Old-Fashioned Home Baking." Prep and cook times are guesses.

    Recipe #190106

    This can be kept frozen up to one year.

    Recipe #161914

    These pickles are wonderful for busy people. No need to can. My husbands grandmother gave me this and they are just great whole family loves them.

    Recipe #10404

    I don't remember where I got this from but I love this recipe because it's just tomatoes. I know there's a few other on here seasoned with oil and herbs (which I'm dying to try). I use these when I don't want to compromise the flavor of the dish I'm making :O) These never make it to a jar to be stored. They're still a tiny bit soft with a loaded sweet flavor! There's nothing to measure so you can choose how many you want to make!I had to put in an amount to post it...

    Recipe #159923

    Recipe #184610

    Sweet, crisp pickle made in the micro!! Make as many or as few as you want. They keep really well -- if you can keep any of them!!

    Recipe #17678


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