Metal Spring Canning Lids





9/13/2013
Old, old canning jars and how they worked, or didn’t.
3/4/2014
It is difficult to get in the planting mood in the deep of winter.
10/3/2013
An abnormal fear of accidentally poisoning people from home canning mistakes has kept me from trying to preserve my garden and farmers' market goodies. This season, I've decided to overcome my fears and test the waters.
3/13/2013
Winter is finally ending and the hope of spring is in the garden.
3/5/2014
Weather predictions - when is spring going to be here?
3/7/2014
Preparing for spring.
4/1/2014
We think you'll be inspired to keep your old buildings when you read about Todd's ingenuity, perseverance and hard work while saving the old chicken house.
1/28/2014
Few things break up the winter doldrums like the arrival of the seed catalogs. Yet it's easy to get carried away ...
9/17/2013
M-C's newest post has some peach canning tips as well as a few questions for her readers.
10/11/2013
The seeds of my journey toward self-sufficiency were planted years ago when I visited Grandma and Grandpa on the farm.
4/9/2014
What better destination than farm and wine country!
9/4/2013
Let me share with you the finer nuances of canning using recipes that have been handed through the generations.
10/16/2013
An easy way to make beautiful and tasty pumpkin pickles.
11/25/2013
Delicious and beautiful beet relish - tastes sweet, spicy and tart!
12/17/2013
I canned apple pie filling using the apples from our 'urban foraging' expeditions.
1/20/2014
Lori learned to oven can her dry goods to keep them safe from mice this winter, and in the process linked a young man with his great-grandfather.
10/2/2013
We are not impulsive people. We are also opposites, so it is not like us to both want the same thing and at the same time. Yet, here we were, both wanting to buy a piece of land that we had only read about on the internet. Twenty acres with a small red barn.
10/26/2013
Some of the varieties of free fruits available for the taking. All it takes is a little time, a little work, and some scouting of the area for what grows in your neck of the woods.
1/22/2014
Rhubarb is a gift that keeps on giving!




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