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TOMATO RELISH What a great way to use your garden harvest—and have a tasty relish on hand for hotdogs, hamburgers and other dishes.

Harry And Davids Sweet And Hot Pepper And Onion Relish Clone Recipe - Food.com: Food.com

Harry & Davids Sweet and Hot Pepper and Onion Relish Clone

Harry And Davids Sweet And Hot Pepper And Onion Relish Clone Recipe - Food.com: Food.com

Crabapple/Cranberry  Liqueur

Crabapple/Cranberry Liqueur

Small-Batch Refrigerator Dill Pickles from Food.com: Just want a small amount of pickles with no cooking or processing? This recipe will fix you up with 3 to 4 half pint jars in about 10-15 minutes. The hard part is waiting the week until they are done! The recipe below calls for carrots, but you can use any fresh vegetable--my favorite is (canned) baby corn, but cucumber, green or jalapeño peppers, green beans or even legumes like chickpeas also work. I like making four different kinds with…

Small-Batch Refrigerator Dill Pickles

This makes one quart. Great for when you want to put together some jalapenos out of season. I dont use a water bath on this, since its just one jar, but you could if you wished.

Yellow Squash Relish Recipe Process in water bath - 25 min for 6000 ft - makes about 5 pints

Yellow Squash Relish

This recipe was shared by a dear friend of mine, and I have been making it every summer for the past 5 years. Great way to use up an abundance of yellow squash from your garden!

Canning Homemade!: Strawberries and Summer - Strawberry Lemonade Concentrate

Strawberries and Summer - Strawberry Lemonade Concentrate ~ Canning Homemade! NOTE: Use your VICTORIO Food Strainer with optional Berry Screen to remove the seeds!

Milliónyi savanyítási tippet és tartósítási technikát találunk a világhálón, a mostaniból azonban csak ez az egy van.

These are so easy and much better than what you can buy in the store: Refrigerator Pickled Hot Peppers - The Creekside Cook

A complete canning guide, from beginner to pro

"Simply Canning" website- Everything you could possibly need to know about canning, dehydrating, freezing and other neat tricks.