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As we wrap up the growing season, we turn to fall home canning, That means the holidays and all the abundance that comes with them are not far away. To get us there, today we are fortunate to have with us Wendy Rose, a Master Food Preserver. We is trained by the University of California Master Food Preserver Program and has some great tips and tric…
 
In today’s show, we talk about safely pickling foods. This is a foundation skill used in home canning worldwide. Seasoned home canners will benefit by refreshing themselves on the fundamentals of pickling, This includes a review of the related techniques, concepts, and processes central to safe home canning. Those new to home canning will learn way…
 
Today, we talk about what it takes to get your jams and jellies to set. Pectin – what it is. The concept of “a set” and what it means. Best method of testing for set. Pectin’s role – to pectin, or not to pectin. Making your own pectin. Made a lot of jam since we last got together – Strawberry vanilla Strawberry japaleno Cherry Chery almond Blueberr…
 
The strawberries have arrived and it’s time to make strawberry jam. Today’s show lists the 10 things I learned for making the best strawberry jam. We get answers to the following, as well as many more questions — How to make jam without pectin. What to do about all that foam that forms on top of boiling jams. How many strawberries does it take to m…
 
In today’s episode we talk about disruptions in the food supply and their connection to home canning & food preservation. To help answer those questions, we take lessons from how they package a popular food item in the United States known as Pop-Tarts®. Kellogg’s originally created Pop-Tarts after Post first developed a similar product, Country Squ…
 
It’s been six years since the last episode of the Canning Season podcast. Today’s show re-introduces Canning Season to fans of home canning and food preservation. John Gavin, the creator and producer of Canning Season, returns as your host to guide you throughout the growing season. Get out your jars! Canning Season is back. The post CS-039 Canning…
 
For all your hard work home canning this year, don’t you think you deserve a break – and a treat? Today I give you both as I introduce you to the concept of making homemade ice cream. But ice cream is much more than a wildly popular dessert. It also happens to provide a natural complement to our home canning. When you make ice cream at home, can ad…
 
In home canning as well as in life, we sometimes get off our game; some call it “losing our mojo”. You know that feeling: Things aren’t quite right, we keep messing up, we can’t seem to get into that rhythm that keeps us productive and allows us to feel at ease. That’s what it has been like for me this growing season. In today’s episode I tell you …
 
Knowing how to safely pickle foods is one of the foundation skills used by home canners worldwide. In today’s episode we are joined by Roxie Dinstel from the Cooperative Extension Service at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Roxie happens to be the creator of one of the three must-have canning resources I talked about in Episode 31, Three Must-Ha…
 
The cherries are in! Will you be home canning cherries this year? If so, what do you plan to make? With so many choices, you’ll find the effort so much more rewarding if you just take a bit of time upfront to think through the options. Here’s some things you could make with your cherries this year — Cherry Almond Jam Cherries for baking / Pie filli…
 
No matter how long we’ve been cooking or home canning, there’s always something new to learn. Today’s session lists the 10 things... The post CS-034: 10 Things I Learned Canning Strawberry Jam This Year | Your Questions Answered appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today’s session provides a great review on preventing botulism and food poisoning. With the new growing season underway, timing is perfect for... The post CS-033: Easily Avoid Food Poisoning & Botulism in Your Home Canning | Safety Refresher appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
In this Memorial Day special, I get to interview a dear friend who served and fought as a member of the US... The post CS-032: World War II Veteran Shares Home Canning Stories | Memorial Day Special appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Whether a novice or seasoned in the art of home canning, all will benefit from this week’s show. I introduce you to... The post CS-031: Must-Have Resources for Your Best Home Canning | Your Questions Answered appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
An often overlooked benefit to home canning and food preservation is the amazing time savings it can provide later on. In today’s... The post CS-028: Pancakes, Cookies, & Scones – Time Savings from Your Mason Jars appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Had enough of the extremes brought about by this year’s polar vortex? I sure have! Soon enough, the seasons will turn and... The post CS-027: Start Planning Now for a Great Garden Later | Interview With Expert From Burpee appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
First I talk about the biggest canning mistake I’ve ever made in my kitchen. Then, I walk you through three simple recipes... The post CS-026: My Biggest Canning Mistake Ever | Plus 3 Simple, Tasty Recipes appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today we talk about canning soups and chicken with my guest, Diane Devereaux, the self-proclaimed “Canning Diva”. By learning how to can... The post CS-025: Canning Soups & Chicken | Interview with The Canning Diva appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
This is part 3 of a 3-part series on pressure processing. Today’s session is aimed primarily at those who have a pressure... The post CS-024: Part 3 – Basics of Pressure Processing | Testing Your Dial Gauge appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
This is part 2 of a 3-part series on pressure processing. Pressure processing is one of the most rewarding, yet intimidating, methods... The post CS-023: Part 2 – Basics of Pressure Processing | Expert Interview appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
This is part 1 of a 3-part series on pressure processing. Pressure processing is one of the most rewarding, yet intimidating, methods... The post CS-022: Part 1 – Basics of Pressure Processing | Expert Interview appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
With today’s show we take pause to mark the Winter Solstice and step back from the frenzy of the holiday season. To... The post CS-021: Tea for Me Please – Interview with Expert from Adagio Teas – Winter Solstice Special appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today I am joined by Kevin West to discuss his new book, “Saving the Season”. This is a great interview about a... The post CS-020: Kevin West, Author of Saving the Season – Shipping Jars – Ball’s New Canning Device appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
With the holidays and their related feasts fast approaching here in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s time we talk about one of the... The post CS-019: Cranberry Recipes — Sauce, Relish & Cranberry Conserve appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Apples. There are so many wonderful things we can make with apples. In today’s episode I start with a foundation apple item... The post CS-017: Homemade Applesauce, Apple Cider Jelly & Apple Cider with Bourbon appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Over the years I’ve tried making salsa many times, using many different recipe variants. I never really liked any of them. They... The post CS-015: Tricks to Making Great Salsa | Your Questions Answered appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Peaches are one of the easiest things to preserve while offering some of the highest rewards. Though labor-intensive, home canning peaches requires... The post CS-014: Canning Peaches, Step-by-Step | Signs of Spoiled Food | Tips & Tricks appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Placing jars of freshly canned goods into a pot of boiling water as a means to safely preserve your goodies for later... The post CS-012: Boiling Water Processing Made Easy | Jar Handling Techniques | Canning 101 appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today’s episode continues the Canning 101 theme by identifying and discussing the two recommended methods for safe home canning of foods. Those... The post CS-011: Safe vs Unsafe Home Canning Processes | Canning 101 appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today’s show features an interview with Ted Allen, the host of the Food Network’s very popular series “Chopped“. Meeting Ted and getting... The post CS-010: Ted Allen, Host of Food Network’s “Chopped” on the Joys of Home Canning appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Welcome to the second segment of my Canning 101 series. In today’s session we get into nutrtion and economics. I put this... The post CS-008: Nutrition & Economics of Home Canning & Food Preservation | Canning 101 appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Welcome to Canning 101, your introduction to the wonderful world of safe home canning and food preservation! In response to listener requests,... The post CS-007: Canning 101 | Introduction to the Basics of Home Canning & Food Preservation appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
Today the fermentation process is introduced for the first time with a super-easy recipe for making kosher dill refrigerator pickles, we learn... The post CS-006: Great Refrigerator Pickles | Pickling Beets | Easy Jalapeno Peppers | Win Limited Edition Collector’s Jars! appeared first on Canning Season.…
 
A Kosher dill pickle relish recipe with a genuine east-coast deli flavor is a tall order. In today’s episode I tell you... The post CS-005: Deli-Style Kosher Dill Pickle Relish | Introduction to Deals | Win Ball Heritage Collection Jars appeared first on Canning Season.John Gavin による
 
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