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    This is a very good on cream cheese with crackers. It is great on Roasted Chicken and other meats. My daughter made it for gifts last christmas, everyone really enjoyed it. I'm making some this year.

    Recipe #48754

    This is from "A Passion for Preserves". It tastes like lemon curd and has the texture of apple butter. Absolutley delicious! I'm going to try making lime and orange versions of this recipe.

    Recipe #130433

    63 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

    13 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Simple homade tomato soup for canning

    Recipe #37909

    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

    Nothing tastes better then homemade ketchup on a grilled burger. With all the gardening plans coming up, I thought this would be a good time to post this recipe. Very easy to do.

    Recipe #20456

    11 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Simple and delicious sugarfree ketchup!

    Recipe #119682

    1 Reviews |  By chia

    another way to use your fresh tomatoes

    Recipe #98310

    Hang on to this recipe for the summer abundance of tomatoes from the gardens of all of those cooks who love to garden! I'm putting the recipe on Zaar just as it appears in the Farm Journal Freezing and Canning cookbook from 1973. However, I did cut the recipe in half for us; poured the resulting delicious ketchup into a covered, plastic container that I kept in the refrigerator. It lasted just fine for almost three months....then it was all gone!

    Recipe #89086

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Posted for a Beet Lover!

    Recipe #120407

    I adjusted 2 recipes I had for pickles and relish as I couldn't find a suitable Dill relish recipe anywhere.

    Recipe #11428

    These are the best canned pickles around.

    Recipe #58773

    Pickles are really easy to put together..especially good if you have a bunch of cucumbers in your garden

    Recipe #26116

    6 Reviews |  By Kat

    Aunt Edna's pickles always turn out right, and are delicious! Several in the family could eat a whole jar or more if you let us! Eat in a minimum one week, though more than two weeks is recommended.

    Recipe #9990

    Recipe #120411

    I have to keep a big stock of these pickles on hand. I have a lot of visitors that raid my pantry for jars of these to take home with them.

    Recipe #16960

    5 Reviews |  By selooj

    This is a copy cat recipe from recipegoldmine.com...

    Recipe #96252

    Boy, these bring back my childhood. I used to help mom make these every summer. My favorite part was the pickled piece of garlic in the bottom of the jar. These are definately worth the wait! Cook time is sittin time!

    Recipe #57232

    We love pickles. It is fun trying to pickle different things. Prep time does not include overnight setting time.

    Recipe #74116

    I make these every year when my pickling cucumbers are ready in my garden, they are really great pickles and so easy to make, add in more garlic and adjust the dill if desired --- these pickles develop in flavor with refrigeration time so allow them to chill at least 7 days or even longer before using, the longer the better, the pickles will keep for months in the refrigerator, use only kosher salt for this not table salt, and make certain to wash the outsides of the cucumbers thoroughly, see note on bottom --- for soaking the pickles in firstly to remove bacteria see my recipe#300387

    Recipe #90487

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