Weekend Links: Canning 101 edition

Thanks to all who came and hung out during our Preserving Autumn week! I loved reading all your comments and hearing about your own kitchen experiments, projects, and preserving success.

Here’s further proof that the canning bug is spreading. Thank you to all who sent links and shared what you’ve put up this season!



Have a wonderful weekend everyone and be sure to pop back tomorrow, I’m back with a vlog and am cooking up something special for the season!

About Aimee

Cooking has always been Aimée's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites. Her first book, Brown Eggs and Jam Jars - Family Recipes from the Kitchen of Simple Bites, was published in February 2015.

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  1. Thanks for including my raspberry balsamic jam! All of these recipes look absolutely delicious!

  2. What a great list of resources!

    I think I’ve made everything on your list except homemade ketchup. I honestly never even thought about making my own ketchup before. I should probably give it a try!

  3. Thanks so much for including my basic salsa. There are also recipes for kosher dills, pickled okra and strawberry preserves on my blog as well.

  4. Wendy Read - Sunchowder says

    Thank you so much or

  5. Wendy Read - Sunchowder says

    Thank you so much for including my Sand Pear Chutney in the Savory section! I am so proud to be featured with all of these wonderful canners. The recipes look marvelous.

  6. Nisha @ Healthy Mom's Kitchen says

    My friend Jamie cans chicken every Fall. It actually tastes really good.

  7. All of your ideas are making me hungry. It’s only March in Minnesota and I am already looking forward to planting the garden and then waiting, waiting and some waiting! My specialty is canning tomatoes with the onions, peppers, celery and seasonings all in the pot. This cuts way down at dinner time when many of my dinners are done in the crock. A roast, 2 jars of my stewed tomatoes, some potatoes and carrots ~ then some more waiting! mmmmmmm

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