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Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It: And Other Cooking Projects Hardcover – April 28, 2009
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* Features instructions for homemade cheeses, condiments, smoked meats, pickles, noodles, crackers and breadsticks, popsicles, jams, cordials, and more.
* The only book to offer a wide selection of projects that can be completed over a single weekend.
* Special feature--the book includes creative packaging ideas for these gift-worthy creations.
Top Customer Reviews
While paging through the cozily styled recipes in this book I found myself hard pressed to find a project that I didn't want to try. Homemade Apple Butter - bring it on! Pickled Green Beans - when does the farmer's market open?! And if I have two weeks to spare I can even make my own bacon. Perhaps the item I'm most excited to try my hand at is Strawberry Jam. I'm honestly not sure if I can contain my excitement until June when the strawberries will be at their peak of juiciness in New England.
All of the recipes have thorough and thoughtful instructions. This cookbook will absolutely not disappoint and would make a wonderful gift.
If you, like me, are looking for ways to preserve a harvest/hunt in a manner that doesn't require a freezer or fridge, skip this book and look elsewhere. This is for people playing at preserving, not the real thing.
One critical element that this book includes that most of my others do not - what to do with all of your little homemade condiments and fresh cheese. I can certainly come up with my own ideas, but it's refreshing to find an author that includes items from the book in the other recipes within the book. You can take as many steps as you like and use the finished product or morph it into something even bigger. I also never thought of making my own butter with the added bonus of buttermilk, which doesn't exist in my part of the world. Kudos to Karen Solomon!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A Father's Day / Birthday gift for my Daddy, an avid hunter, gardener and pickling fan! He's stoked to get picklin' & try some of the curing recipes.Published 7 months ago by Nrsenn
Quite nice, a Great deal of good information for a beginnerPublished 10 months ago by Phillip A. Rudolph
The quality of this item was as good or better than what was in the description. The book arrived much sooner than the anticipated delivery date.Published 11 months ago by Bloomingarden
If you like to cook and love homemade dressings, sauces and lots of other wonderful things, this is the book!Published 15 months ago by Loretta V. Dreier
Received this book which looks like it would be a good one to have around for anyone even if your not a canner. It has a lot of things in it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mary Elson