Wanting to learn how to make your own easy homemade spaghetti sauce? Now you can! Follow these simple instructions to make and can homemade spaghetti sauce with fresh tomatoes from scratch.
Now is a great time to take advantage of the abundance of fresh vegetables for preserving and fresh peppers is no exception. The great thing about peppers is they can be preserved without canning. A very simple way to preserve peppers is by freezing.
How many cabbage beef soup recipes are out there? 100’s or even 1,000? I know lots of them! I love cabbage beef soup and decided this year I was going to can some for winter. Learn how to can cabbage beef soup is frowned upon, but it can be done safely. Learn how…
How to Can Cabbage Beef Soup
Cabbage is one of those vegetables you either love it or hate it. Me – love it! Raw, cooked or however you want to fix it. Cole Slaw, Kraut, Chow-Chow and boiled, baked, stuffed and of course Cabbage Beef Soup – yum! This was actually my first year growing cabbage and I wasn’t sure how it would go, but I have had a great crop.
Homegrown carrots taste amazing and do we have a bumper crop this year! So it’s a great time to stock up and can carrots to have for the whole year.
If you aren’t able to grow carrots where you are, try to find a farmers market or food to table farm that is selling fresh carrots. You will be so glad you did. The taste is sweet and amazing.
By canning whole tomatoes you can enjoy that garden-fresh flavor all winter long. Since they can be used in so many dishes, it’s necessary here in our little part of the world to grow a lot of them.
Growing up, I can remember the summers when mama would be canning beets. The house would smell so good, just like fresh soil. I can remember her giggling at me because I referred to them as “smelling like dirt”. I still love that smell to this day!
Now that I’m all grown up, the smell of canning beets reminds me of home.