Monthly Archives: September 2016

Preserving Tomatoes: Salsa, Crushed, and Pureed

I feel like it’s customary to start out a post about a large preserving project with something like: “I’m crazy,” “OMG, what was I thinking?” or something similar. And I must admit, after processing 40 pounds of tomatoes, I was … Continue reading

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Harvest Dinner at Maine Huts & Trails

Fall is my camping season, the time of year when boating season is ending/winding down and there’s some time before the dreaded s-word flies. I haven’t done much (any?) backpacking in Maine—my camping adventures have lately become more of the … Continue reading

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Preserving Peaches: Jam, Canned in Juice, and Frozen

Peaches are easily one of my favorite fruits and certainly symbolic of summer: something that you have to get a lot of while it’s available and have a certain amount of anxiety about its end (NOT THAT THAT’S HAPPENING). Ahem.  … Continue reading

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