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Cyber Kitchen
Preserves- Pineapple Preserves
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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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Chef #746841
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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Lazy Chef 2
Found this on real cajun recipes...posting for zaar world tour 5...So how do you pronounce "kumquats"? Many Cajuns say "ComQuarts" - dats me guilty as charged. From HowStuffWorks - The kumquat is a member of the citrus family resembling a tiny oval orange. Like other citrus fruits, they are high in fiber and Vitamin C. Kumquats have many uses in both sweet and savory dishes. The entire fruit is edible, with sweet orange skin and tart flesh. Use fresh kumquats as a garnish for salads and beverages or to flavor baked goods, such as breads, pies, and cakes. Kumquats add color and flavor to cooked chicken, pork or fish. They can be candied, pickled and made into chutney, jellies and jams. I have no idea how much this makes yet...so am just guessing...
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