August 21st, 2017

Preserving The Best Herbs Of Summer

While your garden is producing you might want to think ahead to the cold, gray days ahead. What if you could have these vibrant, flavorful herbs in your fall and winter soups, stews and vegetables? There are several very easy methods to allow you to do just that. From freezing your herbs to making a delicious compound butter, your future self will thank you for thinking ahead. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
May 22nd, 2017

I Love You More Than Pickles … Maybe

The possibilities are endless with this quick pickling method for the extra strawberries you’ve picked at the farm or bought at the market this season. So if you find yourself with a little extra, try this method for extending their life. Whether you add the to a spinach salad or mix into a salsa, you’ll be happy you did this pickling. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
September 6th, 2013

Canning on a Shoestring Budget

Saving money by canning your own food is a great idea, but how much does it cost? This week, one Eater embarks on a mission to can on a shoestring budget. She proves there’s a first time for everything, and that sometimes, practice makes perfect. Or preserves. Continue reading Read more

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July
Watermelon is the perfect summer food. It hydrates, it cools, it's sweet and juicy. We have some great ideas for your table, including a salad, ceviche cups, popsicles and cocktails. Get ready to beat the heat with us!

 
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