Links: Pickles, Salsas, Dill Heads, and a Winner

doling out lemon juice

This past week was another intense seven day stretch, filled with classes, workshops, demos, deadlines, and finishing off a round of editing on the next book (it’ll bounce my way again in about a month, but I get a little time off for now). You might have noticed that posting was mighty slim around these parts last week. Happily, this week is shaping up to be a bit less frenetic and next week, I’m headed out for nearly a week of vacation! Let there be good times ahead!

Mrs. Wages mixes

mrs wages august winner As always, many thanks to everyone who took the time to enter the Mrs. Wages tomato mix basket giveaway last week. The winner is #338/Jordan Watts. Congratulations Jordan, I hope you find these mixes useful!

I’ll be back tomorrow afternoon with another giveaway, so make sure to check back then!

 

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2 Responses to Links: Pickles, Salsas, Dill Heads, and a Winner

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    Lyn says:

    I’m happy to see you using organic lemon juice in your canning – was this your big tomato event? I always recommend organic produce in canning and prefer it myself. Hadn’t seen or used organic lemon juice, however. How much to make equivalent to the traditional bottled lemon juices? The National Center for Home Food Preservation, I know, has prescribed amounts based on one brand (Realemon)? Thanks, Marisa

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      Marisa says:

      Lyn, this was my big tomato event. As far as the lemon juice goes, the extension agent here in PA told me that the acidity of the organic bottled lemon juice is the same as the traditional stuff and so can be used in equal measure.

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