Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Berry and Pie Mix Basket

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Okay canners, time for our second Mrs. Wages giveaway for the summer. Last month, I got to show off a basket of their pickle mixes. This month, it’s all about pie filling and fruit mixes! This basket contains four packages of Spiced Apple Mix, three packages of Fruit Pie Filling, two packages of Forest Berry Pie Filling, and two shakers of Fresh Fruit Preserver.

Here’s how to enter!

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me about something that’s still on your preserving list for this summer. In my world, I need to get some tomatoes in jar pronto.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm eastern time on Saturday, August 30, 2014. Winners will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, August 31, 2014.
  3. Giveaway open to United States residents only.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

Disclosure: Mrs. Wages is providing the basket for the giveaway. They are also a Food in Jars sponsor and so do help contribute to the running of this site. 

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396 Responses to Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Berry and Pie Mix Basket

  1. 351
    Jacky A says:

    I am looking at lots of tomatoes on the vine. Salsa or just canned? Hmmm.

  2. 352
    Renae says:

    I will be canning tomato paste this weekend!

  3. 353
    Cheryl says:

    I am making watermelon jelly this weekend. It’s been on my list for a while and my husband just brought home a humongous watermelon that we will never be able to eat!

  4. 354
    jenn b says:

    Apple sauce, pear sauce, and roasted red peppers are still on my to-do list. If I have enough time I want to do some tomatoes as well

  5. 355
    dan m says:

    Too much but, here it goes. Pie filling ( Apple, mixed berry) ,Apple butter , zucchini salsa, Beans and pickles. If all goes well, potatoes and some meat later on.

  6. 356
    Martha says:

    I’m still canning tomatoes and salsa. I’m looking forward to canning some pears. This week I am canning chicken- a first for me-for quick soup making on those impossibly busy days.

  7. 357
    dan says:

    Well, lots to do. Apple and mixed berry pie filling, Zucchini Salsa, and tomatoes. Hopefully later on carrots, potatoes and beans. It seems it all happens at once but take it in stride. Oh…….did i mention pickles? No, first the filling and then……..going to be a busy weekend.

  8. 358
    Pamela says:

    I’m going to make some raspberry jam with my mom….planning ahead for Christmas gifts.

  9. 359
    nancy h says:

    Canning season is here, elderberry jam, tomatoes, sauerkraut to name a few!

  10. 360
    Kathy says:

    Hi. I’m not set up to can right now, but I hope to be by next year. I used to do a lot of canning years ago and my favorite to can was salsa with ingredients that I grew. Loved it!!!

  11. 361
    Jill adams says:

    Looking forward to canning fresh apples for Apple pie, always a wonderful treat in january.

  12. 362
    Janice DeC says:

    Applesauce and apple butter!

  13. 363
    Rebecca Miller says:

    Still on my canning last…..yellow tomato jam with basil. Also hoping to make yellow pepper jelly and red pepper jelly! And more salsa. Lots to do!!!

  14. 364
    christina says:

    tomatoes!

  15. 365
    Amy says:

    More tomatillo simmer sauce- my plants are very enthusiastic.

    And more crushed tomatoes, so many more!

  16. 366
    Barbara says:

    My Gala apple tree is covered with wonderful ripe apples. Applesauce; apple butter; apple jams and jelly; pickled apples and sooooo much more still to do!

  17. 367
    Beca says:

    I’m still planning on a delicious corn relish now that August is here!

  18. 368
    tash says:

    oh soooo many things, I need more of the pepper onion relish from the ball book (fooled you jalapenos are great in it!), I need more tomato sauce (just did 5 pints last night, we eat a lot of pasta), apple season is starting and I always make sauce and jam (and fruit leather), and I have some pickling cukes that need to be made into refrigerator pickles.

  19. 369
    Pam Small says:

    I have apple butter, apple jam, apple sauce, sweet pickle relish and tomato butter still left to get done! Oh and I’m going to try blueberry jam also!

  20. 370
    Linda K. says:

    I need to put up tomatoes also. Maybe some berry jam too.

  21. 371
    Priscilla says:

    I need to put up the pears that are throwing themselves off the tree.

  22. 372
    Cathy Lewis says:

    I will be canning tomatoes and in just a few weeks it will be apple canning time!

  23. 373
    Shell says:

    Thinking about starting some boozy infusions, to give plenty of time for them to mellow out by Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  24. 374
    Christina says:

    I need to get spaghetti sauce and pears canned!

  25. 375
    Yafa says:

    We will be making currant jam this weekend and also doing something with the high bush cranberries in the yard.

  26. 376
    Jo says:

    Plum jam!

  27. 377
    Allison says:

    Think I’m done with canning for this season.

  28. 378
    Sarah Van Bruggen says:

    I’ve been canning alot of pickles so far, did some applesauce and now i gotta work on the tomatoes, hoping to make salsa, pasta sauce and ketchup if i have enough tomatoes

  29. 379
    Carolyn says:

    I am waiting for apples! I want to dehydrate apple rings and pie filling to put up. And more peach butter, I gave away all of it already.

  30. 380
    terri says:

    Right this minute I am boiling my bbq sauce made from fresh tomatoes.

  31. 381
    PamY says:

    Pears, pears, pears!

    Hoping they will be ready in the next week or two. Pear relish, pickled pears, pear preserves, and pears in a light syrup are on my list.

  32. 382
    Noella says:

    Bought the peaches, now I just need to make the jam! Maybe tomorrow…

  33. 383
    Kelli says:

    Peaches, vegetable soup, and beans are all on my list! Next week will be full of canning!

  34. 384
    Katy says:

    I need to get some salsa canned!!

  35. 385
    Shelly says:

    Prickly pear jelly! I need to get out to the median of a road out here where I live. The pears there are huge and have that great deep ruby red color to them. Perfect! I just need to buy jars though.

  36. 386
    Angie says:

    I plan on making some elderberry jelly – our elderberry bush has finally started fruiting in earnest!

  37. 387
    Amy Z. says:

    I still plan on canning blueberry jam!

  38. 388
    Cassie says:

    I still need to get some zucchini relish canned and some apple sauce once my apples are ready.

  39. 389
    Samantha H says:

    I still need to do tomatoes, applesauce, and butters.

  40. 390
    Ramona P says:

    I would love to try a salsa for the very first time! And if I can find more figs, fig butter too.

  41. 391
    Kristen says:

    I still have tomatoes, peaches, peach plum jam and pepper jelly left to can. I just finished up with the crabapple jelly today.

  42. 392
    CW says:

    I need to do something with all these damn green beans…

  43. 393
    Edward says:

    20# of Heirloom tomatoes headed for marinara sauce on Monday

  44. 394
    Judy Balmer says:

    Working on a second batch of salsa and then will be trying a new cole slaw recipe to can.

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