Canning and preserving the fruits of Summer and Fall are so welcome in the Winter months to brighten up the snowy and cold days.
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Concord Grape Jam
January 10, 2021 in Breakfast Foods, Canning and Preserving, Classic Recipes, Cookbooks, Culinary traditions, Family, Farmer's Markets, Recipes
Summer Peach Crisp
August 23, 2020 in Classic Recipes, Cookbooks, Easy Recipes, Farmer's Markets, Recipes, Summer produce, Vintage cookbooks
Nothing says summer like a fresh peach crisp with a scoop of vanilla ice cream? Yum!
Farmer’s Market Desserts
July 30, 2020 in Cookbooks, Farmer's Markets, Food Events, Food Products, Summer Fun, Summer produce
If you are looking for dessert ideas using fresh fruits and other items of the season, take a stroll through a Farmer’s Market. The ideas are endless!
Ball Blue Book of Preserving
August 14, 2019 in Canning and Preserving, Classic Recipes, Cookbooks, Culinary Cellar work, Culinary traditions, Easy Recipes, Farmer's Markets, Food Gifts, Rebuilding the Culinary Cellar, Recipes, Summer produce, The Culinary Cellar
It’s time to make some jam with one of my favorite Ball books of preserving.
Rustic Fruit Desserts
August 5, 2019 in Cookbooks, Farmer's Markets, Rebuilding the Culinary Cellar
Summer fruit is in abundance right now! Make a pie, cobbler, crumble, buckle, pandowdy, and more.
Farmer’s Market Fare
July 12, 2019 in Farmer's Markets, Summer produce
What’s better in the summer than a local Farmer’s Market filled with possibilities for fun in the kitchen?
Why I Started This Blog
I love cookbooks. I mean I really love them. I love to read them, treasure them, learn from them, and, of course, cook from them. To me, cookbooks take on a life all of their own. They are history, family, and memories. I have been collecting cookbooks and writing down treasured recipes of family, friends, and neighbors since about age twelve, which means I now own thousands of cookbooks, recipes, and clippings. Now I want to share them with you along with the many other culinary treasures of my cellar." - Debbie Vanni