Some of My Memories of Canning

I was recently invited by Dave Tabler, author of an excellent, interesting blog called Appalachian History: Stories, Quotes and Anecdotes to write a guest post on how the art of canning has changed from when I helped out my Grandma on the farm, and now.

So, if anyone is at all interested in hearing a little bit of reminiscence of my childhood growing up and spending lots of time on the farm, I invite you to hop over to Dave’s place to read Blanching, Boiling, Packing and Processing.

And, while you are there, check out the other great stuff he has on the site–even though it isn’t all about food, it is still interesting from a cultural and historical perspective.

I’d also like to apologize for the lack of any other post today; my Internet was down from early this morning until tonight. So, no post today–if you need your daily fix, dash on over to Dave’s and see what’s cooking there.

No Comments yet

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Powered by WordPress. Graphics by Zak Kramer.
Design update by Daniel Trout.
Entries and comments feeds.