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Archive for the ‘Canning’ Category

  I know, you guys.  I KNOW.  We already:   ~make our own wine *brew our own beer ~culture wild yeast for sourdough bread baking *make our own cheese ~lacto-ferment probiotic foodables *grow a ton of our own veggies ~raise tree-climbing pumpkins *can, pickle, and preserve all old-school style ~care for accidental livestock *turn okay [...]

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Some misfits think they need a super-productive garden to make canning possible or worthwhile.  Not so, my spicy little dumplings, not so!  At least, not with pepper jelly.  Just a few cups of chopped peppers is enough to make a baker’s dozen of pepper jelly half-pints. Now these half-pints are different from the half-pints that [...]

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Whoah, look at you.  You are WAY sophisticated.  Who pickles grapes?  YOU DO. First mushrooms and now this.  I must say, you’re quite the enterprising misfits. Impressing guests at your next kegger wine and cheese party can be as simple as popping open a jar of these babies.  No wine and cheese party? You’re screwed! [...]

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I know what you’re thinking–mushrooms can be neither fine nor sexy.  But oh. Oh! OH! They can.  And they are.  In this recipe in particular.  Now, these are pretty boss straight out the jar or with a sandwich or on a hamburger, but your Bad Mama Genny likes to push the envelope.  Put a few [...]

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Autumn is my favorite season, misfits…HANDS DOWN. What does that mean, anyway, “hands down”?  Wouldn’t “hands up” imply more excitement, a la your Bad Mama Genny raises her hands in the air and waves them around in the manner of having nary a care?  But I digress. Anyhoo, this crisp, clean fall air always makes me [...]

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