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Mirj
This came about when I had more fresh basil in my garden than I knew what to do with it. I posted a question to the Cooking Q&A board and with the help of Jenny Sanders, this recipe came about.
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Rita~
Thanks to the Ball Blue Book of preserving.
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delicous,i love cook books,was reading one day & ran across this recipe had plenty of cantalope,so i decided to try it is now one of my easiest & favorite nxt to guava
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Chef #Mykidsmom
This is just like sunshine in a jar. I double the recipe and make several batches. My kids can make a meal out of this.
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Mirj
This is a simple recipe and posted per recipe request. The recipe doesn't state if you should peel and core the pears before cooking them, I would definitely not skip this step, I think the pear peels would make some pretty gritty preserves.
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www.epicurean.com
Olives can be preserved green or black. A black Olive is a ripe Olive. Usually green Olives are Pickled and black olives are pressed for oil. As some of the fruit start to get a purple-black tinge to them, it is time to pick your green olives for ...
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Sunset DECEMBER 1998
Preserving lemons with salt, a common practice in the Middle East and North Africa, makes them a powerful seasoning agent. Treated the same, little orange kumquats undergo a similar metamorphosis. They also become particularly attractive, making a tasteful gift. Use them in any recipe that calls for preserved lemon, or in the simple red pepper relish,to serve with chicken, pork, beef, lamb, fish--or salad.This recipe goes with Kumquat-Red Pepper Relish
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