Food in Jars on AM Northwest

June 15, 2012(updated on October 3, 2018)

Earlier today, I did a brief pickling segment on AM Northwest. I grew up watching this local Portland morning show, so it was definitely something of a thrill to find myself on that set. Take a peek, if you’re so inclined!

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  • I really love the book. I’ve already made a relish, 3 different kinds of pickles, and one of the mustards and i’ve just had it a month!

    I was wondering if you’d be willing to do a blog entry outlining more specifics about pressure canning- i know in the book you said you could pressure can many low-acid foods that wouldn’t be safe in water baths but what things shouldn’t you pressure can? is there a ph cutoff for instance?

  • This was a great segment and it was fun seeing you and hearing your voice-now I will hear it as I read your great posts! I am enjoying the book so much, it is really lovely and I’m looking forward to putting my skills to the test as my produce from my garden comes on. Congrats!

  • Coincidentally, I’m visiting Portland this week also! I really enjoyed this TV segment – always good to put a face and voice to a person whom I love following. Now I’ll hear your voice in my head as I refer to your book, which is in my kitchen at home in Oklahoma.

  • Excellent interview – I think you did a great 30-second description of how water-bath canning works. It looks like you were having a lot of fun, as well – not nervous at all.

  • Ohhhhh, isn’t this how Rachel Ray started??? Oh my, I think you are on your way to celebrity chef status…er…celebrity canning guru status!!! That was a great segment and he asked all the right questions for the audience to learn! For such a short piece, it was quite informative!

  • Your book is on its way as I type. Yea! Love the Portland Pickling segment. After watching you show how easy it is I think I will expand my pickling repertoire this year. Thanks so much!! BTW the Plum Star Anise Jam is heavenly…….yummmmmmm

  • AWESOME presence!! I see great success in your future. You are a natural with an audience. Congrats and wishing you much more fun in this foodie endeavor.