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. 1
    Alica says:

    I still hope to do some salsa.

  2. 2
    Caryn K says:

    I have carrots from the farmers market that need some attention, can’t decide if I should can them, or blanch and freeze them, but I need to decide soon!!

  3. 3
    DebbieKL says:

    I’ve got a pile of cucumbers for pickles and a bag of blueberries for jam!

  4. 4
    Diane E says:

    Roma tomatoes and sweet bell peppers are going to make some delicious salsa

  5. 5
    Diane Mc says:

    I want to try a green tomato chowchow. And pickled green tomatoes. Never tried either of those before. And this weekend, a few jars of raspberry jam. Yummmmmy.

  6. 6
    Colleen says:

    Can’t wait to can some salsa with tomatillos and jalapenos from the garden. 🙂

  7. 7
    Kim says:

    More Chesapeake Tomato Jam seasoned with Old Bay!

  8. 8
    Debbie says:

    We may get another batch of salsa, but otherwise, next up for me is pomegranate jelly.

  9. 9
    cathi says:

    Just waiting for our plums to ripen and then they will be in jars.

  10. 10
    rachael says:

    I have a basket of tomatoes waiting for me to jar as well. Along with a million blackberries waiting to be picked.

  11. 11
    Karen Samson says:

    Blueberry Ginger Jam and sweet pickle relish-not in the same jar of course.

  12. 12
    Angie K says:

    I’m planning to make grape jam, jelly, and/or juice from the Bluebell grapes that are growing in my yard.

  13. 13
    Nadine says:

    I need to make more pizza sauce!

  14. 14
    Becky says:

    Plum jam, peach chutney, and Mrs Wages pasta sauce. I’m just trying to find time!

  15. 15
    Elise says:

    This is my first canning summer (community garden plot + wedding gift of canning supplies = preparations for a scary Chicago winter!) What’s next? Ground cherry preserves! Anyone have a favorite recipe?

  16. 16
    Beth C. says:

    Tomatoes, and more jam (the kids live on PBJ during school!) 🙂

  17. 17
    Carol Townsend says:

    Salsa and pasta sauce – both of which are Mrs. Wages! Makes it SO easy!

  18. 18
    Jessica says:

    I need to can more tomatoes, peach jelly, and pickles.

  19. 19
    Sarah L says:

    Rhubarb butter and jam

  20. 20
    Sarah says:

    Ooh anything! Maybe with peaches? Or berries?

  21. 21
    Donna Braun says:

    I’m saving the last of the tomatoes for tomato basil soup. My kids and hubby tear through it and we never have enough.

  22. 22
    Leslie Ross says:

    This weekend is my first foray into canning! I’m planning on making peach jam, pear jam, and putting up tomatoes. I also have a bunch of tomatoes from my garden that I’m oven roasting and freezing – so far they are ripening at staggered times, which is nice for eating, but not so much for canning. I’m so excited!

  23. 23
    Erica says:

    Zesty tomato jam has been on my list all summer.

  24. 24
    Jen says:

    I have about 14 eggplants in the garden and I want to make eggplant pickles! And zucchini butter, and ketchup, and about a million other things.

  25. 25
    JaniceJ says:

    Cantaloupe Vanilla Jam. We are awash in huge ripe melons and just saw your recipe. Fresh
    vanilla beans arrived yesterday and I’m hoping this jam will be a nice reminder of our beautiful summer here in PA.

  26. 26
    Chrissy says:

    Have not gotten bread & butter pickles done 🙁 Love them with cheese and crackers.

  27. 27
    Cindy B says:

    Peaches into peach jam in the fridge soon.

  28. 28
    Londra Fleming says:

    Salsa and Apple butter. I’m thinking about pumpkin butter for the first time…

  29. 29
    Sara says:

    Tomatoes. Lots and lots of tomatoes. Mostly crushed, probably.

  30. 30
    Holly says:

    I’ve a basket of peaches waiting to be made into chutney waiting for me.

  31. 31
    Marian says:

    Tomatoes and peaches – so behind this year!

  32. 32
    shelly says:

    pickles, and hot pepper salsa

  33. 33
    Sandy Hines says:

    Have a bumper crop of tomatoes and cucumbers. Still have to make our taco sauce and
    salsa, sliced dills and bread and butter pickles. Still have four gallons of wild blackberries
    in the freezer to make jam when I’m through with that.

  34. 34
    Heidi says:

    Peach jam! I tried your recipe last week – tastes like the perfect peach pie. Must make a LOT more!!

  35. 35
    Lynne says:

    I went to the orchard yesterday. I have a 1/2 bushel of white nectarines (slices in spiced honey syrup, nectarine-ginger jam), and 1/2 bushel of peaches (peach jam, peach-jalapeno jam, peach-basil jam) going into jars today. Next week Bartlett pears.

  36. 36
    betsy says:

    Concord grapes!! Jams, jellies, you name it! (My kitchen overflows with concord grapes!)

  37. 37
    Rose C says:

    Tomato jam & apple butter

  38. 38
    Annie says:

    Tomatoes. I haven’t done anything with tomatoes yet, so I have to get busy!

  39. 39
    Gretchen says:

    Peaches from Clarkdale Fruit Farms in Deerfield, MA are at the top of the list for me this weekend! Both spiced and plain will be put up for enjoying throughout the cold, winter months.

  40. 40
    Soroya says:

    Salsa, salsa, salsa! I need to can it soon!

  41. 41
    Sarah says:

    I’m waiting for apples from our trees to make sauce and butter 🙂

  42. 42
    Joanne says:

    My garden has cooperated this year and I have tried pickles and pickled beets. The tomatoes are turning so I will be heating some water to put them into jars soon. Marisa, your books have been an inspiration! I even put your Vanilla Rhubarb Jam with Earl Grey on my calendar to make next spring!

  43. 43
    Mary Ann Z says:

    Tomatoes, tomatoes, and tomatoes 🙂

  44. 44
    Laura Frisch says:

    All things apple is what I have left.

  45. 45
    Terri says:

    Son #1 has texted a photo of stacked, empty jars of my homemade jam. The text message reads, “We have a situation.” Next up? Blueberry and mixed berry jams that are NYC bound!

  46. 46
    Barbara Smotherman says:

    I would love to try these. I can all the veggies, soups, and meats but haven’t tried fillings or fruit mixes yet. I have canned peaches, pears and pumpkin but never in the filling mix way. I am still hoping to get my pickles and relishes canned this year but getting later and later. Shoulder(broke it in three places the end of March) has sure put me behind. If it were not for the canning I do think we would sure go without a lot of good summer food in the winter. Can’t afford it nor does it taste as good and the sun grown foods that you get in the summer and can.

  47. 47
    Earlene says:

    Peaches are on my list to get and put up this week from Michigan.

  48. 48
    Leanna says:

    Italian diced tomatoes

  49. 49
    Renee says:

    Any and all things tomatoes at this point, salsa, sauce, herb quarters. Have been wanting to do pie fillings, I do a lot of jam, time to move up to the next level. Apple season is just around the corner and my freezer is full of frozen strawberries and blueberries.

  50. 50
    SUE says:

    I still have a pile of tomatoes to be made into sauce, and I am also going to try to dehydrate some this year.