Pressure Canning Straight From A Newbie

I Survived My First Time Pressure Canning And You Will Too!


Have you ever seen one of those children’s movies where the furnace turns into a monster and screams at them???  I have wanted a pressure canner for a long time, and finally got one!

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Sweet Beet Pickled Eggs

Sweet Beet Pickled Eggs


Fall molting is over and Winter Solstice is past, which means the days are getting longer.  It’s coming friends! We’ll have Spring soon, I can feel it!

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Well, so can the ladies in the coop.  Although we’re not in full egg production, we’re on the right track!  Today I had some extra pullet eggs and decided to make my Sweet Beet Pickled Eggs!

Must Haves For The Homestead Kitchen

My Top 10 Must-haves For The Kitchen

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As homesteaders we spend plenty of time in gardens, greenhouses, barns, coops and just out in nature. But most of all of that hard work leads us right back into the kitchen. And thankfully for me the kitchen is one of my favorite places to be! Whether it’s canning, make ahead meals, dinner for that night, or a treat just because, it gives me a satisfaction knowing that it came from my own two hands, both in the kitchen and from our gardens and coop!

Home Canned Fruit Cups

Home Canned Fruit Cups

Home Canned Fruit Cups

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The other day, I was doing my daily search of Pinterest, and I saw a Pin for multiple canning ideas from the Pioneer Settler.

The picture was of jars of mandarin oranges! Why had I never thought of this before?! My own fruit cups!!