Links: More Kumquats, Pickled Cabbage, and a Winner

Leftovers, citrus, and tea. A perfect at-home Sunday brunch.

Scott had a birthday late last week and so we’ve had an long weekend of celebration and much indulgent eating. It’s been fun, but I’m looking forward to getting back to a life that involves a few more vegetables and a bit less birthday cake and french fries. Other than that, it’s been all book tour planning, all the time. If you check out the Classes and Events page, you’ll see that I’ve been slowly adding to it for the spring. Some dates don’t have a ton of info yet, but I’m updating it daily, so keep checking back! Now, links!

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We have a winner in the Weck jar and Dutch oven giveaway sponsored by Mighty Nest that was part of the pressure canned beans post. It’s Heather Shaut from Ohio! Congratulations Heather!

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5 Responses to Links: More Kumquats, Pickled Cabbage, and a Winner

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    Barbara says:

    I confess I had to look up the apple pate and membrillo. The apple pate would be easy enough and I’d love to keep this on hand for visiting grandchildren. I already keep home made fruit rollups. I’d never heard of membrillo (pronounced mem-BREE-yo), but found a nice recipe for it at http://www.alwaysorderdessert.com/2008/11/how-to-make-homemade-membrillo-quince.html
    Finding quince would probably be next to impossible where I live.

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    Jennifer says:

    Do you think you’ll make it to the San Francisco area for the book tour?

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    Shae says:

    Thank you, Marisa, for the link! My experience with whole-fruit Meyer lemon jams (whether made with sugar or honey) is that a small batch size makes all the difference because the short-cooking time keeps the soft Meyers from going all to mush. I’m always trying to keep them from cooking to the texture of baby food. Definitely looking forward to hearing about your approach!

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