Sunday Night from the Food in Jars Flickr Pool

October 31, 2011(updated on October 3, 2018)

Though it’s been a few weeks since I’ve managed to do it, most Sunday nights, 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.

Do Chua (Vietnamese Carrot and Daikon Pickle)

A carrot and daikon pickle from the Sticky Gooey Chef. Such amazing colors!

easy apple butter

Easy apple butter from Yossy at the Apt. 2B Baking Company. Nothing tastes so much like fall as an apple preserve.

quince jelly

Glowing quince jelly from Sherrie at Birch Bark Soap/ Twenty Two Pleasant. I can’t wait to get home and put my hands on some quince. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that I don’t miss the season!

Pumpkin Butter

Jessica’s homemade pumpkin butter (for the fridge, I’m sure). Looks scrumptious!

2011 Two Dogs Cannery!

A fun little glimpse of what’s in the pantry at Two Dog Cannery! That’s some good looking sauerkraut you’ve got there!


I love the depth of field on this kimchi-in-the-making, though I’m not certain whether the picture belongs to Kamut Flake Girl or Cloud Scapes.

Rainbow of Jars

A rainbow of canning jars from Jeanetics. Make sure to click over to her blog Urban Pioneer Story, as this photo is her header image. So fun!

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6 thoughts on "Sunday Night from the Food in Jars Flickr Pool"

  • Gorgeous goods! That carrot and daikon pickle is absolutely stunning. I hope you don’t miss the quince! (If you do, let me know and I’ll send you a jar of jelly or paste. You know, because I’m sure you don’t have many canned goodies hanging around at your place. Seriously, though – I will!) 🙂

  • Thanks for posting my picture! I had fun setting out the jars and knew the long row of them would be perfect for my blog header:-)