Category Archives: Food Preservation

Dried Tomato Pesto

This was a quick pesto I threw together to fill a Turkey Roulade with.  If you want, you can chop everything by hand.  I have a one-year old and use a food processor for speed and convenience. Toss into the … Continue reading

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November in the Garden

When do you think this picture was taken?  July?  August?  Nope.  Yesterday!  I haven’t really been out to my garden since we started getting frost regularly.  It has been frosting for at least a month and we’ve had a smattering … Continue reading

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Fire Roasted Peppers

Last Saturday our clan took a trip to the last Farmer’s Market of the year.  We were perusing the produce of many local farmers when the peppers of one caught our eye.  There were some beautiful red bell peppers on … Continue reading

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Preserving Fresh Produce by Freezing

There are several good ways to preserve local fruits and vegetables through the colder months–root cellars, canning, drying and freezing.  Each technique has its pros and cons, some are particularly suited to preserving particular sorts of produce.  Freezing, for example, … Continue reading

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