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The Canning Kitchen: 101 Simple Small Batch Recipes Paperback – Jun 9 2015
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"The only thing more satisfying than preserving fruits and vegetables at the peak of their flavour and nutritional intensity is popping the lid months later and enjoying the fruits of your labour. With this amazing book in hand you'll quickly learn why preserving is back and how easy it is to impress yourself in your own kitchen!" ― Michael Smith, Bestselling author of several cookbooks including Family Meals
"Novice and experienced canners alike will find inspiration for every season in The Canning Kitchen.” ―Aimée Wimbush-Bourque, Author of Brown Eggs and Jam Jars and creator of the award-winning blog Simple Bites
“Amy’s book is delightful. It’s everything I love in a cookbook ―beautiful photos, recipes I actually want to make, and plenty of helpful tips that take the stress out of home preserving.” ―Julie Van Rosendaal, Bestselling cookbook author and CBC Food Columnist
“This collection of simple yet seductive recipes celebrates both flavour and seasonality and provides readers with a road map to creating a new and lasting relationship with home canning.” ―Jan Scott, Author of Gatherings and creator of the popular blog Family Bites
About the Author
AMY BRONEE is a food blogger, recipe writer and cooking instructor. Millions of home cooks around the world visit her blog FamilyFeedbag.com for simple and inviting recipes and mouth-watering foodtography. Amy was named one of Western Canada's Top 40 Foodies Under 40, and among its many awards, Family Feedbag is recognized as one of Canada's top food blogs. Amy lives in Victoria, B.C., with her husband and two young boys.
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But as I started to read the book author Amy Bronee started to put me at ease and I found that my concerns were unfounded. She has a very down-to-earth writing style that made home canning not feel scary and actually doable. Bronee gives her readers all of the information they need to feel confident, inspired and knowledgeable enough to tackle the tradition of canning. From answering some basic canning questions to telling her readers what equipment they must have as well as 'nice to have' items to giving her readers a Processing Checklist (great for Type A's like me) Bronee breaks down the canning process. I also appreciated that the recipes in this book focus on small batch recipes (using 4-10 jars depending on the recipe) which is perfect for our family.
Her descriptions of the process were so clear for me that making a batch of her Red Pepper Jelly over the weekend was a breeze. The jelly was extremely well received by my family as well as my parents and mother-in-law after I served it as an appetizer over cream cheese. Needless to say they each went home with a jar that day.Read more ›
I highly recommend this cook book to beginners and experienced canners.
She rates it a 5
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I had taken this book out of the library and liked it so much I purchased it.Published 1 month ago by Loreleic
Pretty good , I was hoping for an antipasto recipe though.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer