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Eggnog Latte

A latte better than Starbucks. This recipe first appeared onwww.asweetpeachef.com/ Things you’ll need 2 tbsp. granulated sugar ⅓ cup milk ⅔ cup eggnog (here’s my eggnog recipe or light eggnog recipe) ½ cup prepared unflavored coffee at double concentration (or 2 shots espresso) pinch of ground nutmeg, optional (but oh so tasty!) One Mason Jar…

toboggan-mason-jar-cocktail

Toboggan Cocktail

Makes about 16oz A well crafted cocktail that’s perfect for a warm night on the porch. This recipe first appeared on www.freshpreserving.com   Things you’ll need 1.5 oz Maison Rouge Cognac .5 oz Meyer Lemon Juice 4 Cranberries 1 Cinnamon Stick 2 Oz Tamarind Soda (lemon flavored soda – can substitute lemon/lime juice and soda…

pressure canning

Pressure Canning: A Step-by-step Guide

Low-acid foods MUST be heat processed at a temperature of 116°C to eliminate the risk of spoilage caused by the bacteria Clostridium botulium and its toxin-producing spores. Pressure canning is the only way to fresh preserve at 116°C. Suitable for… Low-acid foods Vegetables, soups, stews, stocks, meats, poultry and seafood Things you’ll need Your preserving recipe and ingredients…

water bath canning

Water Bath Canning: A Step-by-step Guide

The acid in high-acid foods act as a natural preservative that prevents them from going bad easily. Hence, the 100°C temperature of boiling water is usually sufficient when canning them. Suitable for… High-acid foods Some fruits & juices, jams, jellies and other fruit spreads, salsas, tomatoes with added acid, pickles, relishes, chutneys, sauces, vinegars and condiments. Things…