Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Looking for a way to can the flavors of the season? Apples, pears, and other fall fruits canned with cider and mulling spices add a kick to desserts and side dishes.
Fall fruits canned with wine, honey, and pie spices for the flavors of a good cyser-mead mixed with apples. A simple, smooth gift idea to can now for the fall holidays.
canned bartlett pears in a light maple syrup. divine.
If you like Earl Grey tea & pears - try this one - its a keeper.
Better than your usual canned pears! Pair these pears with manchego cheese, black pepper, and dark chocolate for an elegant after dinner cheese course.
Canned pears are fantastic in the dreary February—here's how to preserve them at the height of the season.
Even a local pear likes to try a little tipple of local whisky. Pears are a great place to start when learning how to preserve slices of whole fruit - easy to peel, core and they look great in a jar!
If I could have smell-o vision I would use it for this recipe! A great fast way to save pears for a very special treat later.
Pears in a light sugar and Berentzen Pear Schnapps syrup, and Pears in a Ginger Spiced Brandy in light syrup.
A bag of pears is a lot to get through before they spoil. So, I decided to simply can them, in a light sugar syrup, with a few pear-loving spices thrown in for good measure. It's an easy way to preserve the fruit when it's at its ripest.
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