Marisa McClellan, of Food In Jars, talks about sugar’s role in canning, the purpose of acid, when a boiling water bath works and when it doesn’t and why, the advantages of canning in small batches, and more.
A great way to celebrate the summer with this small batch recipe from Marisa McClellan's latest book, Preserving By the Pint. McClellan demonstrates how to make this tasty treat and shares numerous tips along the way…
For those looking for their first canning adventure, or for those new to pickling cucumbers, Kathryn Yeomans shows you the complete process, and how easy it is to make your own fresh bread and butter pickles.
Using a beer kit is a good intro to home brewing, and Veteran beer-making instructor Jeremy Frey, from F. H. Steinbart Company (one of the oldest home beer supply houses in the country) takes us step-by-step how to make a batch of homemade beer.
Ben Meyer, of Grain & Gristle, makes his own (outstanding!) cured and smoked bacon on a weekly basis for his restaurant. He clearly demonstrates the steps in this video so you can too. So much better than store bought!
In the video, Marge Braker, a home economics instructor, shows us how to can crushed tomatoes using a boiling-water canner. She explains what to look for in a good canning tomato, why it’s important to use bottled lemon juice, and more.