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    2011 Preserved foods from the Good Earth

    personal note to me: I need to make 4 more lables for mock pineapple 9 hot as hell jelly 5 lavender jelly
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    Cranberry jelly with hints of orange/ lemon from the bee balm/ monarda. This is a very easy tasty recipe. Nice for gift giving.

    Recipe #460975

    For ease and health crushed in the food processor with peels keeping nutrients from the skins. Tomato peels contribute a high concentration of the carotenoids found in tomatoes. The amount of carotenoids absorbed by human intestinal cells was much greater with tomato enriched with tomato peels compared to tomato without peels. The tomato skin also holds most of the flavonols (another family of phytochemicals that includes quercetin and kaempferol) as well. So to maximize the health properties of tomatoes, don't peel them if you can help it! Canned crushed tomatoes are ideal for use in soups, stews, salsas and casseroles. Basic made so you can kick it up any way at time of using. Seeds can be removed that is your choice. Home canned tomatoes, tomato juice, and diced or crushed tomatoes with liquid at the top and solids at the bottom is quite normal.

    Recipe #462811

    Spicy, fragrant garlic. I process in a water bath, because I give a gifts and makes storing easier. No need to process if jars are stored in the refrigerator for at least 1 month before using. Garlic will keep, chilled, for at least a year. When you think it's ready, take it out and test it. If it tasty enough go ahead and start using the pickled garlic in pastas, salads, salsas, dressings, as relish on sandwiches and a garnish for bloody Mary’s or martinis. You can even pop them in your mouth and enjoy straight up!!

    Recipe #462893

    Licor 43 a Spanish liqueur which has 43 complex ingredients and matches very well with figs is included in this recipe. The vanilla is right up front then citrus and herbs and spices that are a secret. Shh!! To keep this Spanish you can use Spanish figs but any well work. I made a step x step directions and photos on making Recipe #252973 here http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226477. A guide if you need. ;)

    Recipe #463563

    Zesty Zukes filled with Zany flavors. Sugar and Spiced Garlic, Chili's, peppercorns, onions...... And of course zucchini. This is one veggie that did great this year. There is 3-4 hours of brining and infusing time that is not calculated into cooking times.

    Recipe #463688

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    What did a neighbor leave a large over sized zucchini on your porch? What to do with it? This is a great way to savor the summer squash. Just be sure to remove all the seed and soft white center. This recipe is spicy with an Asian touch. Wonderful on Grilled salmon burgers. Or place some in your next sushi rolls. This is a take off of my recipe #252920. Enjoy!

    Recipe #434197

    Butterscotch flavored peaches. Buttershots liqueur and brown sugar is used to bring in the butterscotch flavor. Now try this on a scoop of ice cream.

    Recipe #463597

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a variation of my Blueberry Fig Jam "very Low Sugar" Blueberry is a big requested jam. I had lots of fresh figs so I combined the 2 and made this. Using only 1/4 cup of sugar and 1 cup honey. I did crush the figs and blueberries in the food processor. Check out infused honey for optional flavors http://www.food.com/cookbook/infused-honey-130206 Cookbook #130206

    Recipe #324435

    Fresh summer peaches and figs blessed with Grand Marnier, vanilla, cinnamon and fresh ginger makes this jam rich and sweet.

    Recipe #435393

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pureeing the veggies in the food processor makes for faster chopping time, no peeling of tomatoes and a finer chunk salsa. Always start with high quality organic ingredients. Plum tomatoes are a better choice because they are meatier and less juice producing a thicker salsa. Don't use over ripe tomatoes. The tequila can be omitted with wonderful results. But when used gives a slight smokiness. The smoky, woody flavor is more evident in Añejo tequila. Try Paradiso has a smoky, smooth flavor.

    Recipe #461852

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This salsa has a slight twist to it! Why Smoking? Besides the heat from the hot peppers you have a smokey flavor going from the chipotle peppers. Then optional for those that like it real hot use ghost chilies. This makes nice little gifts, just pack a basket with it and some chips, avocados, cheese, beer or margarita mix etc.

    Recipe #70375

    This is great for preserving your overabundance of summer zucchini. Nice over ice cream, in a trifle over pancakes...... Use in any way you would canned pineapple. I found no need for the extract unless you want additional flavor like coconut to make pine colada flavor.

    Recipe #461723

    A canned recipe using summer squash spicing and sweetening it with love. Top a hot dog, burger, fried fish with this. Or add to mayonnaise for an easy tartar sauce. 8/2011 added garlic and used just red bell peppers.

    Recipe #435585

    Great as a salad topper, condiment for sandwiches, Serve on a cheese tray. Top a platter of sliced tomatoes with the sliced shallots and sprinkle some crumbled cheese over it. Serve with pate. Sweetened with honey or agave. I added optional lavender and juniper for a more intriguing aroma and flavor.

    Recipe #462895

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    When steeping herbs in vinegar in the morning, it can be used that evening since it will begin flavoring the vinegar immediately. The longer it stands the more flavor it will have. The flowers and herbs will deteriorate and the flavor will not be as vibrant. "The annual bed of pot marigolds is filled with plants. These are the true pot marigolds, Shakespeare’s “flowers of Middle Summer”, and by midsummer this spot will appear to be covered with a cloth of gold. I expect them to self-sow, returning every year to gladden our eyes.” ---Annie Burnham Carter from In An Herb Garden

    Recipe #391308

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Talk about a face mask! This will melt your face off! Dare you try I hope you have a stomach of steel. My husband has been asking for a very hot jelly. My other jelly recipes are not hot enough for him. He asked for it and he got it. He loves it. I don't know who else would try it. Maybe Mean Chef? I don't know it's really really hot. The zucchini is in there because of the abundance in the garden and it makes a great filler. Now you can use this as a ingredient in BBQ sauces or glazes for chicken or pork. Spread it on cream cheese and serve with crackers. Add a touch to a salad dressing for a kick. It's really endless just use it as a seasoning. A good gift for those that can handle it!

    Recipe #95424

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I'm posted this sauce full of heat, good for you food enzymes, beneficial bacteria, vitamin C and carotene from http://nourishedkitchen.com/fermented-hot-chili-sauce-recipe/ I used kefir whey to inoculate the chilies with beneficial bacteria. You don't need a starter. But if you want these two sights are great. http://www.culturesforhealth.com/ or http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/category/culturing-products.php. Just salt and chili's. The cooking time is fermentation time.

    Recipe #464448

    Promote the healing with calendula is also called "pot marigold" not garden marigolds. Calendula is an extremely diverse herb revered for its healing and restorative properties. Since it is anti-inflammatory, astringent and antimicrobial, Calendula works for treating skin sores and rashes (even diaper rash). And considering how common and hearty Calendula is, it is very feasible to grow it yourself and prepare your very own Calendula herbal tinctures and salves. Keep this tincture on hand a pleasant and affordable benefit for herbal remedies and homeopathic uses. This tincture will aid cleaning and disinfecting scrapes, rashes, stings, and for cleaning any skin problems. Take along for camping and hiking anytime you will be exposed to the outdoors. Being effective for irritations and inflammation relieving itching and stinging. It is an antiseptic and soothing also for cuts, burns and diaper rash. What is also very nice about this alternative, is that you can help the environment, and natural surroundings by planting and enjoy these beautiful flowers before you use them. Attract the bees as well. Fill droppers for gifting family and friends medicine chests. Disclaimer: Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This recipe is not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease. Personally, I make these home remedies that researched. I believed in it but you don't have to. It's not a cure all.

    Recipe #460061

    Capture the essence of summer with fresh picked berries and lemon verbena. So quick and easy to make with just 4 ingredients. Cap tightly with a cork and be sure to label the bottom with the date, the type of fruit you used, and the kind of vinegar you used as the base (regular, white wine, apple cider, sherry, champagne etc) Use in a salad dressing, or use as an ingredient for a marinade,

    Recipe #460973

    All the comforting seasonings of a cup of Chai tea in thick apple butter. The sugars in the apple caramelize with the long cooking becoming a deep dark brown. No need to PEEL the apples my choices are Winesao, Granny Smith, Gala and or Gravenstein. cooking them pureed instead of sliced, you can get more into the crock pot so this will take longer cooking time. Making more and making for a very fragrant home and neighborhood! You know Chai means tea? So if you want the tea flavor added, try the optional black tea ingredient. Top a pork roast, oatmeal, pancakes, french toast use as sandwich spread.

    Recipe #438977

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