Canning

Just like Grandma’s! Well, thats because many of the canning recipes have been passed down. Wonderful jellies and jams, dill pickles, dilly beans, and hot peppers. Check out our recipes before you head out to the farmer’s field.

Apple Cider

Apple Cider

What’s better than a warm mug of delicious apple cider on a cold fall evening? A warm mug of delicious homemade apple cider of course! Nothing can beat that fresh sweet and tart flavor with a hint (or more) of spice than homemade apple cider.

Apple Butter

Apple Butter

Apple Butter is surely one of those recipes that you know if you’ve had it because you tend to want to spread some on everything after trying it. From pancakes to crackers to even quesadilla’s, the possibilities are endless!

Raspberry Jam

Raspberry Jam

Every summer, we pick raspberries and savor the flavor all year long! Raspberry Jam is a great addition to pancakes or a yogurt parfait.

Dilly Beans

Dilly Beans

Dilly beans is a classic canning recipe passed down from my grandma. Dilly beans make are a great side dish for summer barbeques!

Dill Pickles

Dill Pickles

Great Aunt Ruth always made the best dill pickles. Now it’s time to continue the family tradition! Dill pickles are a great addition to a summer barbeque and a must-have on a burger. We often make a combination of sliced dill pickles to be used as a topping and dill pickle spears to serve on the side. Bring these to your next gathering and everyone will be asking for more!

Watermelon Jelly

Watermelon Jelly

Found yourself with a Watermelon and not sure what to do with it? Make jelly and savor the flavor for months!

Spiced Blueberry Jam

Spiced Blueberry Jam

A fantastic way to savor the taste of fresh blueberries all year long. Compared to traditional blueberry jam, the spiced blueberry jam has the tasty addition of cinnamon, allspice, and cloves.

Blueberry Jam

Blueberry Jam

A fantastic way to savor the taste of fresh blueberries all year long. Great as a jam, a sauce over waffles, or in a PB&J!

Tomato Corn Salsa

Tomato Corn Salsa

Delicious homemade salsa. Serve with chips, add to burritos or over eggs. Use your imagination. Extremely versatile.

Hot Peppers

Hot Peppers

Grandma’s tradition of canning hot peppers hand-picked from the farm continues to live on with the next generation. We like a variety of peppers and have canned chili, cayenne, hot banana, sweet banana, jalapeno, habanero, probably, and just about any pepper we can find fresh. Bring these to your next gathering and everyone will be asking for the recipe!

Blackberry Jam

Blackberry Jam

If you can find fresh blackberries in your area, they are absolutely delicious! Could be used as a sauce.