Cocktails and Liqueurs


plum perfect. four – or more – preserving projects.

The wonderful Washington State Fruit Producers sent me a present last week. As a Canbassador, they sent me 20 lbs. of perfect plums and 10 lbs. of gorgeous nectarines from the Yakima Valley and asked me to can away. What a glorious bounty with which to face a hurricane. This is the first post reporting […]


charcutepalooza march challenge. brining.

Before we get going with the next challenge, Kim and I have to tell you how totally impressed we are. Seriously in awe. You ‘paloozers really rocked those pork bellies. It’s inspiring. We can’t wait to read all your posts and try some new recipes. Please take some time today to click over to Michael […]


canning, preserving and a wintertime tart

It’s January, and hardly the time for canning, right? The farmer’s markets are closed until Spring, the snow is sleepily falling. All those jars and pots and pans and lids have been tucked away since October. Why is it, then, this week, I started to feel the itch again? Is it because we’ve been living […]