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    Not as pretty in a jar as some of the other recipes so I decorate it with glued on dried flowers and a pretty ribbon. As an added touch, tie a wooden spoon to the lid with a piece of ribbon.

    Recipe #99095

    This recipe takes a little longer to cook but it is well worth it. A great cold winter treat. You can change the type of beans that you use if you want to.

    Recipe #98899

    These cakes/breads baked in a jar can be kept for a year but for best results I think they are better if eaten within 6 months after they seal. They are moist and frosting isn't needed, but you can always put some on right before you eat them. My guys leave every year for deer camp for 2 weeks and crave some food from home while away and these are perfect for them (no cooking needed)

    Recipe #98661

    Speaking of gardens and canning who doesn't have zucchini or a friend that has it. That is something EVERYONE around here grows. You'll need 6 wide-mouth pint-size canning jars, metal rings and lids. Don't use any other jars. Sterilize jars, lids and rings according to manufacturer's directions. Grease inside, but not the rim of jars.

    Recipe #98570

    The perfect munchies for watching ball games on the weekend, these soft pretzel sticks are equally good as soup and salad accompaniments.

    Recipe #98470

    This is a favorite gift item at christmas around here. They are also nice to keep on hand when the grandchildren visit they help make cookies which keeps them busy for a few minutes. When making these recipes, keep this in mind: The first recipe is the one you make and put into the jar. The second recipe should be printed out in a nice font, maybe with a nice border around it, and attached to the jar. A simple circle of cloth placed between the seal and the ring (of a two-part canning lid) makes a pretty effect and you could also add a ribbon around the ring. (Use scissors to cut a 9 inch-diameter circle from cloth of your choice. Place over lid and secure with rubber band. Tie on a raffia or ribbon bow to cover rubber band.) You can add a piece of cotton under the material to make it a little puffy. A hot glue gun is a very useful tool to have! You can glue on dried flowers, ribbons, name it, it can be glued onto the lid, ring and side of the jar.

    Recipe #98232

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