Sunday Night from the Food in Jars Flickr Pool

Most Sunday evenings, I take a break from showing off my preserves and give the rest of you a chance to shine by featuring a few photos from the Food in Jars Flickr group. Here are a few pretties from the last week or two. If you’d like to see your photo featured here, please head over to Flickr, join the group and add your images.

simple pickled peppers

An array of vinegar pickled peppers from Emily. So glad to hear you like my unfancy pickled pepper method!

giardiniera

Giardiniera from Erin, just part of the 133 jars of preserves she’s canned this year! Well done, Erin!

Gooseberry jam will be EXTERMINATED.

Sarah‘s jam, posing with a toy dalek. Any Doctor Who reference is fine by me!

AWeekendsWork

This groaning table of preserves is just in a weekend’s work for SaraJane. I am so impressed!

Linda Z.'s roasted red peppers

Rebecca finally got her hands on a copy of Linda Ziedrich’s The Joy of Pickling and already has put it to good work. These look fabulous!

This is why I keep the peach boxes

Peach boxes, full of Ginger Vanilla Peach Jam made by the redhead. Looks like you’re ready for winter!

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8 Responses to Sunday Night from the Food in Jars Flickr Pool

  1. 1
    Nikki says:

    these all look amazing!

  2. 2

    Wow – everything looks so bright & appetizing. I wish some of you are were close enough to swap with, as my larder is sadly bare of pickles. It’s always fun to trade with other canners.

    -the redhead-

  3. 3
    Robin says:

    I love these pics. I just canned some lemon pickles from The Joy of Pickling. What a great book!

  4. 4
    Brandee L says:

    Beautiful pics, as always. And I’m always up for a nod to Doctor Who, too.

  5. 5
    Kelly says:

    I love these photos. I especially love the vinegar pickled peppers.. I think it’d look great as a table centerpiece!

  6. 6
    Sarah says:

    I’m tickled to have my Who-ish jam photo hanging out with such good company, it all looks gorgeous! :)

  7. 7

    I loved the jam, but my husband insists on knowing where you got the dalek!

  8. 8
    SaraJane says:

    The only problem with learning how to can things is that it gets addictive. As evidenced by my kitchen table overflowing with jars… I’ve had a few weekends like that, but that one was the most productive. I live just a block from the local farmers market which is just asking for trouble.

    I love seeing what other people are making. It’s so inspiring.

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