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Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, is a nationally-syndicated food preservation expert and award-winning author who has spent over 25 years mastering the art and craft of home canning and food preservation. This podcast will share delicious water bath and pressure canning recipes from all three of her published works, will give tips and techniques on how to preserve food in jars, dehydrate, freeze and so much more. Diane will also share culinary techniques, dive into the science and math us ...
 
Each week, the boys talk beer news, experiences, problems, and give tasting notes on exciting beers. Each episode examines particular topics in the beer world, and the team examines the pros and cons of all things beer related. Has the craft beer world gone too far? What's the next big thing in beer? Find out each week and enjoy a cold one with the boys!
 
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Welcome to this short bonus episode of My Canning Cellar. If you are new to canning you may want to know your upfront costs as well as continuing costs. Of course all costs associated with canning is subject to how you find your supplies, but I will break down my own costs from 2020 to now, the best I can without having kept any formal record. The …
 
Welcome to My Canning Cellar episode 8 I want to preface by reminding folks that it’s just me sitting at the kitchen table, and while I did speak of my hopes that the dog won’t bark, the phone won’t ring, and the dirt bikes don’t go racing by, I forgot to mention that my home is right across from the small but mighty town waterfall. So if you hear …
 
In this episode I talk baby carrots and some canning history. I got 17 pints of carrots out of 8 1/2 small bags of store bought baby carrots. Washed the carrots, halved, put into jars, then added enough pre-boiled cooled down water to one inch head space. De-bubbled. Processed at 15# for 20 minutes. Thanks to Harshal S. Hirve for free use of his ca…
 
In this informative episode, The Canning Diva® shares safe thickening agents for use when home canning a variety of recipes. Thickeners like pectin and ClearJel®, also known as Canning Gel, are safe and effective as are various foods like finely chopped apples. With each natural thickening option, Diane shares a delicious canning recipe. She also d…
 
Macaroni and Cheese edited from my first try, to reduce siphoning 7 1/2 cups of dry macaroni (1) number ten can of cheese sauce (3) quarts of chicken broth made 15 pints processed in pressure canner for 20 minutes at 15 pounds for my sea level elevation https://tinyurl.com/3teafwy5 El Mexicano Nacho Cheese Sauce https://tinyurl.com/9kuem4ve dissolv…
 
proven reliable sources my must haves of canning equipment books I reference how my canners function what brand of canners I have basic information https://nchfp.uga.edu/index.html National Center for Food Preservation https://www.fda.gov/media/107843/download FDA shares canning tips and other links https://nifa.usda.gov/extension Find your local e…
 
I just love a good, hearty soup, especially in the winter months and even more so in early spring when it’s gloomy, dark and rainy. In this episode, Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, shares her authentic recipe which boasts a true Tex-Mex flavor. With several fun ingredients like black beans, dried árbol peppers, green chilies and cumin this deli…
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, takes to the air waves the answers to those canning questions burning on canners minds. Using her website and social media to gather questions, The Canning Diva shares detailed answers to questions like, “What is Canning Gel?”, “Why are my jars covered in a white film after processing?”, and “How do I adjust the …
 
In the episode, Diane, The Canning Diva® shares with you valuable information about the fermentation process, its many health benefits and gives listeners an easy recipe using green cabbage. Home canning offers several ways to use natural fermentation, which is different from pickling. Fermentation is one of the simplest methods of preserving food …
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva® , is working hard to give you all immune boosting recipes to help you throughout this cold and flu season - no matter where you are in tuning in from across the world. Canners everywhere are working hard to have healthy meals and foods in a jar to get them throughout each month, especially in the winter. Ginger ha…
 
Fellow Canners, we are in the midst of the cold-and-flu season and many areas of the world are still working to combat COVID-19. In this, and several upcoming episodes, my goal is to give you immune-boosting recipes you may create and preserve in a jar. It is imperative we do all we can to keep our immune systems balanced and give our bodies the su…
 
Author of The Complete Guide to Pressure Canning, Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, shares her top ten rules of pressure canning helping listeners stay safe in the kitchen and conquer their fears of using a pressure canner. In this episode, The Canning Diva® will also provide you with several valuable tips for successful pressure canning of low a…
 
The boys dive deep into their tiny brains to give you the whats up and low-down on must haves at your local liquor store. From easy to find staples for a quick pickup, to the white whales that only fate can lead you to, the Canning Run crew tells it like it is: don't sleep on some underdogs, and pounce on these special beers. Part one of two, this …
 
The Dummies ask Cold Harbor Head Brewer Jeremy Spearin all of their brewing questions. Jeremy is also kind enough to outline the general brewing process, and explains how sometimes he just feels as if he's a "yeast custodian," as strange as it may sound. It all makes sense now in this HISTORIC episode of the Canning Run Podcast!…
 
Although pumpkin and squash last for months in dry storage, preserving their freshness in a jar will ensure you may enjoy them well into next spring and summer! Having home canned pumpkin is a great alternative to store bought. In this episode, The Canning Diva® shares prepping and canning techniques to help you easily peel and cut pumpkins, squash…
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, dives into canning wild game in this informative episode of Canning with The Diva!™. She shares a variety of reasons why consuming venison is far better than beef, how to properly prepare your venison for cooking and canning, shares some math and techniques to help you plan your canning yield and gives listeners …
 
While the Internet and social media are wonderful tools we all use in our everyday lives, they also give many the platform to share misinformation and create a stressful environment filled with contempt. I am sure we have all experienced this stress at one time or another, especially in canning groups administrated by uneducated amateurs who procla…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva® shares a very easy pressure canning recipe so you may preserve these beauties in a jar. Once in a jar, The Canning Diva® shares two easy recipes so you may learn how to create and bake a Sweet Potato Pie and a popular side dish, Creamed Sweet Potatoes & Sage, using your home canned sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes h…
 
Thanksgiving comes but once a year, but wouldn't it be nice to enjoy those nostalgic flavors anytime you want, without all the lengthy prep-work? In this episode Diane, The Canning Diva®, teaches you how to preserve some of your Thanksgiving leftovers and gives listeners money-saving tips by incorporating home canning into your holiday food plannin…
 
I am so excited to relaunch my podcast, Canning with The Diva!™, greatly expanding upon my time as a co-host on The Survival Mom Radio Network. Whether you are well versed in food preservation or new to the concept, my podcast series will remove the fear and give every listener the confidence to water bath, pressure can, dehydrate and so much more.…
 
As we wrap up the growing season, we turn to fall home canning, That means the holidays and all the abundance that comes with them are not far away. To get us there, today we are fortunate to have with us Wendy Rose, a Master Food Preserver. We is trained by the University of California Master Food Preserver Program and has some great tips and tric…
 
Tony, Tom, and Justin dive into the Dunkin' Dozen beers by Harpoon. The Boston brewery teamed up with the beloved New England brand Dunkin' (or as we all grew up, Dunkin' Donuts.) This 12 pack of beer features four styles: IPA, Stout, Porter, and Pumpkin Ale. Each beer is brewed with Dunkin' adjuncts. The boys give you the lowdown on how these beer…
 
Spooky season is upon us, and on this Hallows Eve the boys dive into four ghoulish brews for the occasion. They also discuss the surprising connection between Halloween and beer, dive into some poetry, and the things that haunt the beer world. Prairie Basic Becky, Allagash Ghoulship, Nightshift Phone Home Reese's Pieces Porter, and Wormtown Table T…
 
The guys mostly gush about one of the most iconic breweries in New England. From the magic of their beer, to the stressful situations people will put themselves through to get it, the Tree House experience is certainly something worth talking about. email: canningrunpod@gmail.com instagram: @canningrunpod https://www.instagram.com/canningrunpod/ ht…
 
In Part Two of our first tasting, the boys dive into five more beers after already being five deep. Check out this episode to understand why all of our future tastings will only feature five or fewer beers! email: canningrunpod@gmail.com instagram: @canningrunpod https://www.instagram.com/canningrunpod/ https://canningrunpod.captivate.fm/…
 
Tony, Tom, and Justin break down adjunct stouts. With stouts ranging from incredibly well rounded and complex, to over the top liquid sugar bombs, opinions are plentiful. Has this beer style been abused enough? The boys discuss. email: canningrunpod@gmail.com instagram: @canningrunpod https://www.instagram.com/canningrunpod/ https://canningrunpod.c…
 
In today’s show, we talk about safely pickling foods. This is a foundation skill used in home canning worldwide. Seasoned home canners will benefit by refreshing themselves on the fundamentals of pickling, This includes a review of the related techniques, concepts, and processes central to safe home canning. Those new to home canning will learn way…
 
Today, we talk about what it takes to get your jams and jellies to set. Pectin – what it is. The concept of “a set” and what it means. Best method of testing for set. Pectin’s role – to pectin, or not to pectin. Making your own pectin. Made a lot of jam since we last got together – Strawberry vanilla Strawberry japaleno Cherry Chery almond Blueberr…
 
The strawberries have arrived and it’s time to make strawberry jam. Today’s show lists the 10 things I learned for making the best strawberry jam. We get answers to the following, as well as many more questions — How to make jam without pectin. What to do about all that foam that forms on top of boiling jams. How many strawberries does it take to m…
 
In today’s episode we talk about disruptions in the food supply and their connection to home canning & food preservation. To help answer those questions, we take lessons from how they package a popular food item in the United States known as Pop-Tarts®. Kellogg’s originally created Pop-Tarts after Post first developed a similar product, Country Squ…
 
It’s been six years since the last episode of the Canning Season podcast. Today’s show re-introduces Canning Season to fans of home canning and food preservation. John Gavin, the creator and producer of Canning Season, returns as your host to guide you throughout the growing season. Get out your jars! Canning Season is back. The post CS-039 Canning…
 
For all your hard work home canning this year, don’t you think you deserve a break – and a treat? Today I give you both as I introduce you to the concept of making homemade ice cream. But ice cream is much more than a wildly popular dessert. It also happens to provide a natural complement to our home canning. When you make ice cream at home, can ad…
 
In home canning as well as in life, we sometimes get off our game; some call it “losing our mojo”. You know that feeling: Things aren’t quite right, we keep messing up, we can’t seem to get into that rhythm that keeps us productive and allows us to feel at ease. That’s what it has been like for me this growing season. In today’s episode I tell you …
 
Knowing how to safely pickle foods is one of the foundation skills used by home canners worldwide. In today’s episode we are joined by Roxie Dinstel from the Cooperative Extension Service at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Roxie happens to be the creator of one of the three must-have canning resources I talked about in Episode 31, Three Must-Ha…
 
The cherries are in! Will you be home canning cherries this year? If so, what do you plan to make? With so many choices, you’ll find the effort so much more rewarding if you just take a bit of time upfront to think through the options. Here’s some things you could make with your cherries this year — Cherry Almond Jam Cherries for baking / Pie filli…
 
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