The Food in Jars Kitchen cover

My fourth book, The Food in Jars Kitchen, was published on April 2, 2019. It features 140 recipes to help you cook, bake, plate, and share all the pickles and preserves you have in your pantry. It's the ideal book for people who love canning, but don't always know how to make the most of their homemade goodies. It is currently available for purchase wherever books are sold.

Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Powell’sChapters | Your local, independent bookseller

Naturally Sweet Food in Jars high

My third book, Naturally Sweet Food in Jars, was published on March 22, 2016. It features 100+ recipes sweetened with honey, maple, agave, coconut sugar, dried fruits, and fruit juice concentrates. It's the ideal book for people who want to reduce their dependence on refined sugar, but don't want to give up their favorite jams, fruit butters, and sweet pickles. It is currently available for pre-order.

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Preserving by the Pint book cover

My second cookbook, Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning for Small Spaces, was released on March 25, 2014. Organized by season, it focuses on super small batches of jams, jellies, pickles, chutneys and other preserves. It is perfect for small households, families who get CSA shares, and those with small backyard gardens.

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Preserving by the Pint does contain a few errors and the corrections to those errors can be found here.

Food in Jars book cover

My first cookbook, called Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year Round, was published by Running Press in May 2012. It is currently available wherever books are sold. Here's how you can get a copy:

Get it from a local-to-you bookseller
Get it from Powell's
Get it from Amazon
Get it from Barnes and Noble
Get it from Chapters (for you Canadian folks)
Get it from Fillmore Container

No matter how much work and love goes into a cookbook, there are bound to be a few errors. It is inevitable. Such was the case with the first few printings of Food in Jars. You can find all the ones that I am aware of listed here. If you find one that's not listed here, please let me know. Current printings of the book should be relatively error-free. As far as I know, digital editions have not been updated to correct any such errors.