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This week on the blog, I'm giving away five sets of Lock Eat jars from Luigi Bormioli. These sturdy, sleek, and easy-to-use jars are the first ever to be designed with both preserving and serving in mind! 
The new Lock Eat jars from Luigi Bormioli are the first jars designed to be both preserving and serving vessels.
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Looking for an easy canning project that makes good use of autumn fruit? Let me suggest this apple cranberry compote. It's quick, can be sweetened with either sugar or honey, and can be served so many different ways! 
Tweet On Monday night, I did a canning event at the Mullica Hill Library in Gloucester County, NJ. When I was planning out the event with the librarian many months back, I suggested I demonstrate a recipe for apple cranberry compote. It seemed like just the thing for mid-October, what with Thanksgiving and the gifting …
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I can all my leftovers in small pint jars while on stove before serving yourself,,hot squeaky cleant jar top with hot flat tighten let C@@L mark date 
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My last tomato preservation project of the season was dehydrating these tiny tomatoes. If you can still get yourself some grape, cherry, or Sungold tomatoes, I highly recommend it! 
Tweet A few weeks ago, I found myself feeling anxious about the state of my tomato preserves. I’d already sauced 50 pounds of heirlooms, but hadn’t managed to get any Roma or paste tomatoes to can whole or in halves. In a frenzy only other canners will understand, I started reaching out to some of …
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It's the perfect spring preserve for strawberry lovers who don't want to just make jam. 
Tweet Last week, I mentioned that I’d combined the quart of strawberries from my latest Philly Foodworks with two additional quarts to make a batch of strawberry chutney. This chutney is much like the sweet cherry version I wrote about last summer and it’s a good one to eat with cheese or in grain bowls. …
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Hey New England! I'm going to be in Vermont and Maine this week. I'm doing a bunch of free demos and one very affordable class. Check the full schedule. 
Tweet As you might have noticed, I’ve been traveling a lot this summer. I’ve been up and down the west coast, spent two weeks driving around the south, and flew to Chicago twice. One portion of the country that I’ve pretty well neglected has been New England. However, all that changes this week. I’m going …
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Sweet cherry chutney. A tasty preserve that is perfectly in season. http://foodinjars.com/2014/07/sweet-cherry-chutney/
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this recipe sounds amazing, love your pot 
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This week, I'm giving away a copy of the impossibly beautiful cookbook, The Modern Preserver. Head over to the blog to enter!
Tweet These days, it takes a lot for a canning book to delight me. After all, I’ve spent the better part of the last decade totally immersed in jamming, pickling, and preserving. I sometimes even begin to think that perhaps I’ve seen every trick and flavor combination there is. And then a book like The …
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Chicken soup and beans and greens! We've been eating well lately, all thanks to a massive head of curly endive! 
Tweet Time for another installment of CSA Cooking, where I write about how I’ve used, prepped, eaten, or preserved items from my monthly Philly Foodworks rolling farm share. Use the code FOODINJARS to get $10 off your first Philly Foodworks order. I didn’t manage to take a group picture of all that came in my share this month. However, …
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At the same time as I was dehydrating tiny tomatoes, I was also roasting some into pizza sauce. Hopefully I've got enough to get me through the year!
Tweet Each summer, I develop two mental lists of preserves (though come to think of it, it might serve me well to actually commit these lists to paper). On one side, I line up the things I must can. These are the products like roasted corn salsa, dilly beans, and tomato products. As much as …
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Peach season is upon us! Once you've had your fill of pie, smoothies, and peaches for snack, make sure to put a few up in fruit juice to make those cold winter days just a bit more delicious. 
Tweet This post is sponsored by our friends at MightyNest! Read through to the end for details about a giveaway worth $200! There is a park near my apartment that hosts two weekly farmers markets. I almost always go to the Saturday market, but often miss the mid-week one. It takes place on Tuesdays from …
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It's spring! Celebrate with a batch of low sugar strawberry vanilla jam! 
Tweet Last Friday, I stopped in to Reading Terminal Market to see Annelies and pick up a few things. While there, I wandered by the Fair Food Farmstand and commented on the gorgeous, fragrant strawberries. In response, the operations manager Anne, offered to sell me a flat of seconds*. Cheap. I am unable to resist …
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I hope you like this one just as much, Lisa! 
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Honey sweetened raspberry preserves! If you missed the early summer crop, know that raspberries typically put out a late summer harvest as well, so you didn't miss your chance to make this jam! http://foodinjars.com/2014/07/honey-sweetened-raspberry-preserves/
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A blog devoted to canning, preserving, and pantry staples made from scratch.
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Food in Jars is a website dedicated to canning, preserving and making pantry staples from scratch. My cookbooks, Food in Jars and Preserving by the Pint, are available wherever books are sold! 
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