Links: Fridge Pickles, Muscadine Jam, and a Winner


It’s been something of a rough week over here at Food in Jars HQ (plus, there’s the general heaviness of today’s date). I got home from Nashville on Wednesday afternoon, just barely recovered from food poisoning and promptly came down with a cold. I think my non-stop summer is starting to catch up with me. I’ve got just one last trip to get through (California! I’m headed your way later this week!), and then things will quiet down a bit. As much as I love the teaching, demonstrations, and book signings, I’m ready for a break!

labeled jars of tomato soup concentrate

The winner of the Fillmore Container giveaway is Jessica A. Stay tuned, another giveaway coming up tomorrow!

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12 Responses to Links: Fridge Pickles, Muscadine Jam, and a Winner

  1. 1
    Debra says:

    Hope you feel better soon, sounds like you’ve earned a well-deserved rest!

  2. 2
    Kristen says:

    HOW did you know that at this exact moment, I was searching your site for muscadine recipes?!

  3. 3
    beth says:

    i am very curious about the tape that you’re using to label your jars – what is it? i tend to label my lids with Sharpies, but that doesn’t always last, surprisingly, and your tape solution seems much more readable. thanks!

  4. 4
    PickleFan says:

    Have question about garlic. If you use whole vs quartered if we can use less and get same flavor

    • 4.1
      Marisa says:

      You get a stronger flavor if you chop or mash your garlic cloves. But I don’t know if it’s the same if you use less.

  5. 5
    PickleFan says:

    Question about water added to garlic dill pickles…is there a recipe without adding water?

  6. 6

    be well! Food poisoning is horrible.

    Whatever that jam is in your photo, it looks delicious.

    (and thanks for the tomato pie love!!)

  7. 7
    Mary Jo says:

    Fantastic use of all these tomatoes I just picked. We love tomato soup in the winter and this recipe is great. I used fresh herbs and put them in the first boil and they went through the mill to get out the large pieces. Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

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