Nurturning a Pioneer Spirit: De Mystifying Food Canning

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Donetta said...

I really appreciated this wonderful post and all the linking ?Tracey thank you.

Dana and Daisy said...

I had thought about putting up a few jars of something just to settle the urge to store up for winter.

plus they would look so lovely on my pantry shelf! ;)

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Vintage Girl said...

Love the picture, so colourful and good enough to eat. I love to enjoy with my family the work of canning and freezing fruits and vegetables in the winter time. You can almost "smell" summer in the canned peaches, pickles, tomato sauce and such. Thank you for the wonderful link! Blessings, Heather

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