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Lesley's Recipe Archive: Canning Recipes

    Canning seems to be related more to the throwback era of the simple life, long before the internet, long before colour TV, even long before black and white TV (hey young people, can you imagine!), but it seems to continue in this modern age. With internet access now common, recipes sites are plentiful. The number of canning recipes available to everyone has now greatly increased, all to everyone's benefit. Here at Lesley's Recipe Archive, we're happy to share our canning recipes, and the recipes of others, to all. Please feel free to share your canning recipes with us so we can pass it along for everyone's benefit. Happy canning!!!
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Canning recipes for pickles and peppers below

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Tons of cookbooks for gluten free, sausage making, soups, slow cookers, canning and more. Plus you'll find gluten free products, sausage making supplies, cookie making supplies, barbeques and accessories, slow cookers, soup bowls and stock pots, canning products like Pomona's Pectin, and bread machines.


Lesley's Recipe Archive: Canning Tips & Techniques  High acid foods can be canned in a boiling water canner, while the low acid foods can only be canned safely in a pressure cooker...MORE FROM
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Apple Pie Filling posted by  Heather Collins
Brandied Cherries

Bread and Butter Pickles
Cathy’s Fresh Cucumber Salad picture posted by Cathy Illenberg
Chili Sauce
Chipotle Pepper Jelly picture
Chow Chow
Corn Relish
Dave's Sliced Portuguese Peppers in Oil picture posted by Dave C.
Deli-Style Kosher Dill Pickles
Dill Pickles
Don’s Favourite Sweet Pepper Relish posted by Don & Debbi
Easy Squash Relish
posted by Teri
posted by Big Dave
Fermented Dill Pickles picture
Fruit Chili Sauce
Green Hot Sauce picture
Green Pepper Jelly
Homemade Horseradish
Hot Dog Relish
Hot Hungarian Pickled Peppers picture
Hot Pepper Jelly
Hot Pepper and Cranberry Jelly picture
Hot Pickle Mix picture
Jim's Peach Pineapple Cherry Jam posted by Big Jim
Kiwi Daiquiri Jam
Lesley's Pizza Sauce
Lesley’s Salsa
Mango Chutney picture
Mrs. Dash's Herbed Pickles
Nin's Hot Pepper Mix posted by Kim Mehall
Peach and Pepper Grilling Sauce posted by Don & Debbi
Peach and Pineapple Jam
Pickled Banana or Jalapeno Peppers
Pickled Beets
Pickled Bread & Butter Zucchini posted by Karen
Pickled Cauliflower
Pickled Cherry Peppers picture
Pickled Corn Relish
Pickled Eggs
Pickled Green Tomatoes picture
Pickled Mushrooms posted by T.C.
Pickled Sauerkraut Stuffed Banana Peppers

Pineapple Habanero Pepper Jelly posted by Brenda & Ronnie Lockler
Red Pepper Jam
Refrigerator Dill Pickles
Rhubarb and Blueberry Jam
Rhubarb Jam picture
Root Beer Jelly posted by Don & Debbi
Shaker Pickles
Sharon's Hot Pepper Jelly posted by Sharon
Shirley's Hot Pepper Jelly picture posted by Shirley
Shirley's Zucchini Relish picture posted by Shirley
Spicy Creole Sauce picture
Strawberry Jam
Summer's End Salsa picture posted by  Heather Collins
Sweet Hot Pepper Mustard picture posted by Carol
Sweet Pickle Slices
Sweet Relish
Tomato Chipotle Salsa picture

Cream Corn canning recipe from U.S. Dept of Agriculture (pdf)

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Over 100 sausage making recipes, some spicy, some not, with how-to step-by-step instructions and video, sausage making FAQ, and all your sausage making supply needs

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One of our visitors wrote us and asked if we knew anything about making jams without sugar. She asked if we have ever used Pomona's Pectin when making jam. We wrote back and told her we have never heard of it, because it isn't available in our region. We told her to drop us a line with the results of her experience and we'll post it for others. The following is what she wrote back

   "Lesley, Pomona's Pectin worked great. The color isn't as bright as when using sugar but the taste is wonderful, The jam sets up beautifully, and it keeps fine. Pomona's Universal Pectin is available in health food stores, or it can be ordered directly from them at P.O. Box 1083, Greenfield, MA. 01302. I for one (& my family, are well pleased with it)! Take Care"

Now you can buy Pomona's Pectin from our E-Store!
We did some research and came up with the following addresses if you are interested
Harvest Plus
1439 Sale Barn Road
Greely, ON K4P 1L6
Phone: (613) 821-1345
Fax: (613) 821-0970
Workstead Industries
P.O. Box 1083
Greenfield, MA 01302
(413) 772-6816
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