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Putting Up: A Year-Round Guide to Canning in the Southern Tradition

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In Putting Up, author Steve Dowdney colorfully and descriptively guides readers safely through the home canning process. In his plainspoken narrative, Dowdney explains how to put up crops harvested during each month of the year and includes 65 of the most popular and delicious recipes he produces for his successful canning business. Also included is a resource section that ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 2nd 2008 by Gibbs Smith
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AJ
Nov 15, 2014 AJ rated it did not like it
This book is organized by month, and it is most certainly a southern canning book. Strawberries in March? Tomatoes in May? Not in New England! That aside, I didn't really find anything new or unique in here, so I'll stick with my current canning cookbooks.
Kyla
Jan 31, 2010 Kyla rated it really liked it
Absolutely perfect for me here in the South, as my old timetables of produce and availability have been set askew - it moves seasonally and often covers the fruits and veggies I get through my CSA. Indispensable for canning in the South! Manages to take some of the fear out of avoiding botulism too with some good techniques (I will always remember that the narrators mother (MIL?) in The Stone Diaries was killed by a tainted batch of green beans and it has put the fear of botulism in me).
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Jun 08, 2010 Tasha rated it liked it
Shelves: food
The photography and the recipe for pickled garlic is what convinced me to buy this book. I'm not a fan of the way the directions are laid out; I had to scrounge around for info in the middle of making a recipe.
Jess
Aug 17, 2009 Jess rated it really liked it
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So far this year, I have made 5 recipes from this book and they all turned out great! Especially the bread and butter pickles.
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