Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Preserving the Harvest


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22 comments:

  1. Are they gherkins in one ofthe jars I love them

    Happy WW!

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  2. Wow you are well prepared!
    Thanks for linking up!
    Verena

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  3. Nice!!! i love this time of year for all the canning!

    Tammi
    My Organized Chaos

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  4. Very nice. Love the little flower.

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  5. I have never tried my hand at preserving, well done.

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  6. Thank you ALL! I love the way the jars look sitting in the pantry - it's like a comfort feeling. Sorry, no gherkins - pickled garlic scapes though :) Have a Great Wednesday!!

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  7. Awesome! I really want to get into it one day. Good job!

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  8. I made dill pickles for the first time this year. They were a big hit. Your jars do look pretty sitting in the pantry. Thanks for the link!

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  9. We're supposed to do that. You're a step ahead of us.

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  10. Looks good! My mom did a ton of canning this year too. (I love the little flower with all the cans lol)

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  11. That makes me miss canning. I just won't have time this year.

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  12. looks yummy...good eatin' this winter!

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  13. looks soo yammy :))) I told you if you are good with something you should do this :))) I don't think I'll be doing this stuff in the nearest future

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  14. Yummy. We did olives last year, and pickles the year before. Happy WW! Stop by and see mine :)

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  15. Looks delicious! I have always wanted to grow my own vegetables and then jar everything and have it for winter. First, I need a yard!

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  16. That looks so good! I've always wanted to do that.

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  17. I really want to try pickles next year!

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  18. Someone has been busy! My dad just bought me a book about preserving the harvest....

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  19. How do you have time to do all that?!

    Feel free to link up on my blog too {http://swankmama.blogspot.com/2011/09/wordless-wednesday-popo-grandma-linky.html} :)

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  20. That looks WONDERFUL. I had such high hopes for gardening and canning this year, but it turns out a newborn kind of limits your time... Next year, I swear!

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  21. Came over from blogfrog just to follow you! Love your website!

    Rachel Miller
    http://rachelspapercrafts.blogspot.com

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