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post #2521 of 11077

I just made Tropical Sunset Preserves, Yummmmmmmmm!

4 Cups of Puree's Pineapple
1 1/2 cups chopped peaches
Juice of 1/2 a lemon
1/4 c. sliced maraschino cherries
1 pkg Pectin
5 1/2 cups sugar

Combine Pineapple, Peaches, Lemon and Cook until soft, about 4-5 minutes on medium. Add pectin and bring to a rolling boil (add 1 tab of butter to reduce frothing). Add maraschino cherries now and then add sugar. Bring back to a boil for 1-2 minutes. Ladle into hot, sterilized half-pint jars, leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Adjust lids and process in boiling water bath 10 minutes.

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post #2522 of 11077

#1California Chick :

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Originally Posted by GPN 

tommy toes ??????

GPN


What are tommy toes???


Here is a picture with my tommy toes in it, My tommy toes are volenteers that reseed them selvies everyyear. Momma moves them where she wants them to grow most of our tommy toes are dime to quarter size, but also sweeter they say than cherry tomatoes http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/14123_garden_8-6-10_005.jpg with 6 or my 7 hot peppers.

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post #2523 of 11077
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Originally Posted by vfem 

Blackberry Chipotle sauce <<<<<<<<<<<<<< RECIPE?!?!?!?!?!


Here is the link - it is geared for beginners and you have to pile through a lot of information.  I used 5 cups of juice in place of the raspberries.  Although I added extra pectin it is still a sauce and didn't set much.  Very good on a wheat thin cracker with cream cheese and sauce over that.

Sandee

http://www.pickyourown.org/raspberry_chipotle_sauce.htm

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post #2524 of 11077

Ok, that's it.  I'm DONE with the cucumbers!  No more. 
8 pints, 5 half pints kosher dill spears/chunks (Mrs. Wages packet)
http://krausdesigns.com/images/Blog/IMG_0441a.JPG
And from the same packet Kosher dill zucchini spears, 3 pints, 2 half pints
http://krausdesigns.com/images/Blog/IMG_0440a.JPG

I also spiked the jars with a clove of roasted garlic and a little dill weed each.
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post #2525 of 11077

This was my canning for today, I made Spiced Peach Jam using a recipe from my vintage Southern Living canning & preserving cookbook (love that thing big_smile ). This jam has really good flavor and I'm thinking of using it as more of a topping for crepes, pancakes and even cakes.

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/49849_dsc03594.jpg

Speaking of cakes I also make a Peach Pound Cake last night that is just delicious droolin I got the recipe here, this is one to try!! thumbsup

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Peach-Pound-Cake/Detail.aspx

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post #2526 of 11077
Quote:
Originally Posted by HenThymes 

This was my canning for today, I made Spiced Peach Jam using a recipe from my vintage Southern Living canning & preserving cookbook (love that thing big_smile ). This jam has really good flavor and I'm thinking of using it as more of a topping for crepes, pancakes and even cakes.

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/49849_dsc03594.jpg

Speaking of cakes I also make a Peach Pound Cake last night that is just delicious droolin I got the recipe here, this is one to try!! thumbsup

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Peach-Pound-Cake/Detail.aspx


Your jam looks yummy!  droolin  Can we get the recipe?  fl

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I love gardening, chickens, baking, reading - not necessarily always in that order.    Mom to Lulu, the lame part-time house chicken who loves to travel. 

Check out my blog  http://mountaingardengleanings.blogspot.com/
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post #2527 of 11077
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Originally Posted by rubyrogue 

Anyone have a recipie for spicy pickled brussel sprouts? My brother recieved a jar of "atomic frogs balls" and I would love to surprise hime with a few jars for his bday


Now that sounds cool!!  A second request for that recipe if anyone has it!!!

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post #2528 of 11077

Here is my shelf so far...
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/46457_canning_8-10_1.jpg
I so wish I had AC so I could get my beans finished today without sweating to death!  Good looking peach jam!  THose Brussels sound YUMMY....I have 10 plants waiting for the frost out in the garden caf Can you believe I said the "F" word already??? ep  I just want these mosquitoes and the humidity to die down really....Terri O

(PS) wouldnt a dilly bean recipe work for them?  With extra hot peppers of course!


Edited by Terri O - 8/11/10 at 8:00am

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Calling all Wisconsinites....come and enjoy the days of summer with us on the "Cheesehead" thread!  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=245700

Join us at our yearly Bash! http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1075619/seventh-annual-wi-cheesehead-bash


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post #2529 of 11077

K I found a recipe that has good reviews. I will be making these today so hopefully they will be ready by my brothers bday.

Hot spiced Brussels Sprouts

2lbs Brussels Sprouts
21/2 cups water
4 heads dill
21/2 cups vinegar
1t cayenne pepper
4 garlic cloves (opt)
3T pickling salt
4 heads dill (opt)
2 jalapeno peppers or 1 habanero pepper

Cook whole Brussels sprouts until just tender. Pack in hot sterilized pint jars. Combine water, vinegar, salt, dill, cayenne pepper, hot peppers (left whole but cut top off and take out seeds). Wear gloves when working with hot peppers. Cook vinegar solution for 10 minutes. Remove hot peppers and pour over Brussels sprouts, leaving a 1/4-inch headspace. Add a clove of garlic, 1 extra dill head, a slice of hot pepper in jar (optional). Adjust sterilized lids and process pints 15 minutes in boilingwater bath canner. Makes about 4 pints


Edited by rubyrogue - 8/11/10 at 8:06am
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post #2530 of 11077
Quote:
Originally Posted by KDbeads 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rubyrogue 

Anyone have a recipie for spicy pickled brussel sprouts? My brother recieved a jar of "atomic frogs balls" and I would love to surprise hime with a few jars for his bday


Now that sounds cool!!  A second request for that recipe if anyone has it!!!


Me too!  We have about 30 plants in the garden and there will come a time when I'll need every recipe for sprouts that I can get my hands on.

Sandee

Life is a party - so enjoy the food!  Just the 2 of us living the great life on our 8 acres with one outside kitty Ms. Bella Noel, 31 hens, garden, fruit trees and now bees!  Enjoying my new art studio!!
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