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    These are things that I'd like to can this year but haven't yet.
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    6 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Got a bushel or two of peaches, apples, berries, etc? OAMC!!! A fresh fruit ready (home)made pie filling that you simply defrost, pour into pie crust and bake for wonderful pies, cobblers, etc. Great for gift giving also. I've done this tequnique for years and it's always been a no fail recipe. This recipe multiplies easily so double, triple, etc. away depending on how much fruit you have to use.

    Recipe #434543

    No need to give up flavor when watching added sugars. These can be made with no sugar or sugar substitutes, such as Splenda.

    Recipe #137853

    Just imagine opening a jar of golden, sparkling peach jam in the middle of January with 2 ft of snow on the ground. UUUUMMMM good! Top your toasted bagel with cream cheese and this jam, and you will be in HEAVEN!!!!

    Recipe #137576

    This recipe is from a canning cookbook I bought in 1975; I no longer have the book, but I copied the recipes that we have enjoyed ever since. This is a sweet, delicate-flavored conserve. When I first started canning, I was hesitant to try jams and the like that were "long-cook"---no packaged pectin in the recipe, but I eventually gave it a try and find it just as enjoyable as the "pectin" way. An important point for me is that I use a good, heavy pot for preparing the mixtures. I use fully ripe peaches and cantaloupe for this recipe,

    Recipe #449039

    I found this on a New Zealand site. Sounded interesting so I've posted it to share. Quantity is only a guess as I haven't made this myself yet, but I do intend to soon. Please remember that this is a preserve. The marmalade needs to sit for at least 6 weeks before you try it.

    Recipe #140643

    Sounds weird ........ but the kids will love it and its SO EASY!! The number of jars made will vary according to their size.

    Recipe #60436

    I cannot resist sharing this recipe with you all, if only to try to preserve its delightful name! Nobody appears to know where the name originated from, although it has been suggested that it was an enterprising farmer’s wife, using up her windfall fruit that came up with the quirky name. The jam is thought to originate from Worcestershire, although Gloucestershire also lays claim to it! Nevertheless, this is a wonderful jam which makes full use of three of my favourite Autumn fruits – Apples, Pears and Plums. The jam is a lovely deep rosy pink colour and is delicious not only on bread, toast and scones – but also when used in steamed jam puddings such as Jam Roly-Poly. Do not omit the lemon and ginger – they are the key to the flavour in this lovely jam. The recipe is easily increased or reduced, as long as the ratio of fruit is the same, it works just as well. N.B. It is sometimes seen as Dumpsie Dearie Jam. Please note that I have quoted UK yield - we use pound and half pound jars, which I believe may equate to pint and half pint jars in the States.

    Recipe #253728

    These wonderful peaches make a great Christmas Gift. A little bit of summer during the cold dreary winter. Well worth the extra effort. Enjoy!

    Recipe #196015

    30 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is posted by request and I found it on recipegoldmine.com Also, I have no idea how much this will make-I'd boil a full rack of jars and work from there.

    Recipe #11067

    Another of grandma's specialty jams; she got this from a childhood friend of hers. If you're familiar with jam making, these instructions will probably be very clear to you. But for me--I'd need a book like "Preserving for Dummies":) I wonder if there is a book like that, and if there is, let me know!!!! *Again, I'm estimating that prep time and cooking time are both the same--I'm not sure and the recipe doesn't say, so if you know, note me with times and I'll post them.*

    Recipe #70808

    I can not remember where i found this recipe, but am posting it by request. Glad you enjoyed the recipe.

    Recipe #125816

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's a very tasty and attractive jar of garden goodies to keep or give as gifts.

    Recipe #66224

    23 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request and was found on the net. No name attached.

    Recipe #69038

    2 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is a very easy, inexpensive jam to make-great for holiday gifts and can be made year round.

    Recipe #10149

    Cantaloupe actually makes a very tasty sweet pickle that is a wonderful change from the usual cucumber pickle. My grandma used to make these every summer and she would serve these as a sweet and light dessert any time of the year. I don't know where she got the recipe but this is a great way to use up those cantaloupes from the garden!

    Recipe #125428

    These refrigerator pickles are easy and versatile. The recipe calls for cauliflower and carrots but you can use any equivalent amount of cucumbers, broccoli, peppers, brussels sprouts, baby squash or baby zucchini. These will keep for several weeks in the refrigerator. This recipe comes from the Chicago Tribune Good Eating section. Prep time does not include standing and chilling time.

    Recipe #68021

    This is a wonderful way to use the fresh basil from your garden. I've been meaning to make this forever and am so glad I finally did. Delicious, easy, unusual and a beautiful green color. Would make an excellent gift for the holidays. Wonderful as an appetizer with cream cheese and crackers. I found this in Taste of Home by Sue Gronholz, who also suggests combining a jar with one cup of barbecue sauce and simmering mini meatballs or cocktail wieners in the mixture. This recipe assumes knowledge of hot water bath canning. Detailed directions can be found in the Canning Forum.

    Recipe #136061

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I'm always looking for something a little different-this is one I really like.

    Recipe #109379

    4 Reviews |  By Roosie

    Posted by request. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #73693

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