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Our picky 10yo likes this radical simplification/alteration of Mollie Katzen's "Variation I on a...

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Our picky 10yo likes this radical simplification/alteration of Mollie Katzen's "Variation I on a...

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Small gardens call for small composting facilities.In my case a very small facility.After having...

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Fresh Basil Pesto

Pesto originates from Genoa, Italy where even today many families still prepare their own using...

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Our picky 10yo likes this radical simplification/alteration of Mollie Katzen's "Variation I on a...

My Aunt Karen has made this pie for years. It's a favourite in the family.

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Just canned 13 quarts of spicy garlic dill pickles and 6 pints of spicy garlic dilly beans. I looked long and hard for a canner that was compatible with my glass-topped stove, after reading stories online about cracking glass tops with a traditional granite ware canner. I settled on a 20 qt., stainless steel, flat bottomed water bath canner from The Biggest Little Kitchen Store. The person filling the order even called me to confirm that the...
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Tomatoes and other high-acid foods may be processed using a water-bath canner as opposed to a...

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