Foods in Jars on Flickr: Pickles, Peppers, Tomatos and More

August 29, 2011(updated on October 3, 2018)

Every Sunday evening, I take a break from showing off my preserves and give the rest of you a chance to shine by featuring a few photos from the Food in Jars Flickr group. Here are a few pretties from the last week or two. If you’d like to see your photo featured here, please head over to Flickr, join the group and add your images.

Woodwife peppers, batch #2.

Pickled peppers from Rebecca at Cakewalk. See the recipe and story behind these peppers here.

Canned Crushed Tomatoes, Part II

Twenty-five quarts of crushed tomatoes (there should be a similar spread of tomatoes in my very near future) from Ma Vie En Food.

pickle jones hit me

Washed okra, ready for pickling from Bridgman Pottery. I do love pickled okra (so much so that I made four pints of it during last night’s hurricane. Someone on Twitter coined the practice of putting up during the storm Hurricanning).

Apt. #2

From the description of the photos, from left to right these jars contain, “Sweet Apple Cider Pickled Beets, Dill Pickles, Marinated Red Peppers & Bread n’ Butter Zucchini Coins.” They are the hard work of Jess at Preserving Beauty.

Rose petal jellies

Glowing rose petal jelly made by Aimee. The recipe can be found here.

Raspberry and Razzleberry Jam

Raspberry and Razzleberry jam by Mama Urchin. See the story of how she came to possess just so many raspberries here.


An impressively stocked wall of preserves, all made by Jessica. Descriptions of much of what you see there can be found here.

homemade cola syrup

Homemade cola syrup! Perfect for the soda lover who wants a slightly more virtuous approach to their daily tipple. By Krista, who blogged all about it here.

zucchini relish

Finally, some really tasty-looking zucchini relish from Flickr user crysluvsjimmy_2much.

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