We planted a LOT of onions last summer, hoping for a plentiful supply for several preserving projects. And they did well in spite of the late (ahem…June instead of April) planting. 521 more words
Tags » Onion Jam
I love the unexpected in cooking adventures, those times when you make something with whatever is on hand. Inspiration and serendipity go hand in hand. Today we had some spare chopped onions left over from making a pie filling. 236 more words
Winter. Spring. Summer. Fall. Preserving the bounties of the seasons should not be limited to one season.
I’m new to the “canning” world. Two years ago, I picked up a book on “putting up” and feel in love with the romantic notion of preserving the seasons. 483 more words
Goodness, there are few comforts quite like bread and melted cheese. I think it’s starting to dawn on me that nearly everything tastes best when it’s warm and reminiscent of some type of childhood favorite. 650 more words