Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects PDF

Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects PDF


Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects By Karen Solomon ✸ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Do you relish the joys of hot toast spread with your own homemade butter and jam Love to dazzle your friends with jars and tins of choice goodies–all created by you The kitchen is a paradise for cra Do you relish the joys of hot Pickle It MOBI ñ toast spread with your own homemade butter and jam Love to dazzle your friends with jars and tins of choice Jam It PDF/EPUB ² goodies–all created by you The kitchen is a paradise for crafty cooks and whether you’re a newcomer to the realm of amateur artisanal edibles or a seasoned food It Pickle It PDF ´ crafter on the prowl for your next batch of appetizing challenges Jam It Pickle It Cure It has recipes galore for you to be exact Projects range It Pickle It Cure It eBook é from perfect pantry staples Butter Crackers Pasta to festive giftables Toasted Walnut Brandy Lemon Curd Peanut Butter Cups; some give uick gratification Mayonnaise Rumkirschen Potato Chips while others reward patience Gravlax Ricotta Salata Kimchee Practical prep ahead and storage instructions accompany each recipe several give variations like Caramelized Onion and Thyme Butter–yum and most share ideas on how to use it serve it and give it away Complete with color photographs and the accumulated wisdom of author Karen Solomon’s years of food crafting Jam It Pickle It Cure It is your one stop resource for turning your culinary inspiration into a pantry full of hand labeled better than store bought creationsKaren Solomon is a food and lifestyle writer and veteran culinary tinkerer and food crafter She is the author of The Cheap Bastard’s Guide to San Francisco a contributor to San Francisco magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle and a former editor and columnist for the San Francisco Bay It Pickle It Cure It eBook é Guardian She has also contributed to Chow San Francisco Bay Area the SF Zagat Guide and dozens of Bay Area and national publications She lives with her partner son and food focused dachshund in you guessed it San Francisco California Reach her at wwwksolomoncom.


10 thoughts on “Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects

  1. Emily Emily says:

    This cookbook is exactly the way that I like to cook Good cooking is based on good ingredients so what is better than cooking based on homemade ingredients? I don't need fancy recipes that reuire dozens of ingredients fancy plates and suiggles of sauce Just give me homemade yogurt topped with some homemade jam and sprinkled with homemade granola and that is satisfying to me This cookbook is full of all the recipes you'd need to set up your fridge and pantry with some basic homemade ingredients you can build on or off of Plus it has some recipes for things that you wouldn't think could even be made at home homemade peppermint patties? Yum


  2. sarah gilbert sarah gilbert says:

    this book is both satisfyingly broad pickles bacon crackers pasta jam limoncello di crema and disappointingly shallow with a title like jam it pickle it I expected uite a few jam and pickle recipes three jam recipes and one curd and four pickle recipes is a bit of a let down what's here sounds fabulous I'm off to secure several pounds of fresh olives this fall for my own cured olives and I'll try many of the liueur recipes and the photography is stunning and will I'm sure inspire many a reluctant jam pickle curerthe big drawback of this book is that it embraces an out of the grocery store philosophy and yet skips many of the important lessons there's no talk about eating the the seasons for instance nor can a budding home preserver have a clue how to deal with large uantities of say fruit off a backyard tree or an entire salmon despite the rather oddly titled chapter hunt it and suggests using many grocery store ingredients like canned tomatoes even though canning one's own tomatoes is in my opinion preserving 101 the book is inspirational and cute and crafty a bible of preservation methods it is not most definitely belongs as a coffee table complement to a very robust preserving library


  3. Becky Becky says:

    When you want each recipe with a side of judgement


  4. Karen Karen says:

    I was disappointed This book is a shallow review of a variety of food preservation methods with a few other recipes thrown in for no apparent reason I did not learn anything new and I am the kind of person who likes to make her own mustard and can her own jam I found the mustard recipe to be utterly bizarre tasty mustard can be made in much less than the two weeks the included recipe reuired and whole seeds work as well as the powder it all depends on the type of mustard you are making The jam recipes give instructions for using two part metal lids with canning jars while the photograph shows a type of canning jar with a separate seal that is considered unsafe for canning thus sending a mixed and possibly dangerous message We did make the peanut butter cups at my son's reuest the filling reuired much sugar than indicated but the results were delicious On the other hand melting chocolate and adding peanut butter is bound to be goodOverall I'm glad the book came from the library and will not be added to my cookbook shelf


  5. Andrea Andrea says:

    Some good basics but you can find a flat bred recipe anywhere these days The book is well laid out with nice photos of the dishes to insipre I just can't endorse a book that uses the microwave for melting things


  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    Just made Strawberry Jam using the recipe from this book and we love it First time making Jam and it turned out great


  7. Karen Hood Karen Hood says:

    Our family loves pickles and this book has a great collection of recipes with clear directions to follow Enjoy #AuthorKarenJeanMatskoHood


  8. Carolyn Page Carolyn Page says:

    Recipes and techniues to use It ain't the Ball Blue Book but it's pretty useful


  9. Justin Justin says:

    This is fairly short and freuently strays fairly far from the preservation topics the title promises The picking jamming and curing sections make up maybe half the book The rest is other cooking projects which seem unrelated like sweets and crackers


  10. Kathryn Broege Kathryn Broege says:

    Simple and wonderful recipesGreat collection of recipes for pantry staples as well as decadent treats All are simple nd made from easily obtainable ingredients


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10 thoughts on “Jam It Pickle It Cure It And Other Cooking Projects

  1. Emily Emily says:

    This cookbook is exactly the way that I like to cook Good cooking is based on good ingredients so what is better than cooking based on homemade ingredients? I don't need fancy recipes that reuire dozens of ingredients fancy plates and suiggles of sauce Just give me homemade yogurt topped with some homemade jam and sprinkled with homemade granola and that is satisfying to me This cookbook is full of all the recipes you'd need to set up your fridge and pantry with some basic homemade ingredients you can build on or off of Plus it has some recipes for things that you wouldn't think could even be made at home homemade peppermint patties? Yum

  2. sarah gilbert sarah gilbert says:

    this book is both satisfyingly broad pickles bacon crackers pasta jam limoncello di crema and disappointingly shallow with a title like jam it pickle it I expected uite a few jam and pickle recipes three jam recipes and one curd and four pickle recipes is a bit of a let down what's here sounds fabulous I'm off to secure several pounds of fresh olives this fall for my own cured olives and I'll try many of the liueur recipes and the photography is stunning and will I'm sure inspire many a reluctant jam pickle curerthe big drawback of this book is that it embraces an out of the grocery store philosophy and yet skips many of the important lessons there's no talk about eating the the seasons for instance nor can a budding home preserver have a clue how to deal with large uantities of say fruit off a backyard tree or an entire salmon despite the rather oddly titled chapter hunt it and suggests using many grocery store ingredients like canned tomatoes even though canning one's own tomatoes is in my opinion preserving 101 the book is inspirational and cute and crafty a bible of preservation methods it is not most definitely belongs as a coffee table complement to a very robust preserving library

  3. Becky Becky says:

    When you want each recipe with a side of judgement

  4. Karen Karen says:

    I was disappointed This book is a shallow review of a variety of food preservation methods with a few other recipes thrown in for no apparent reason I did not learn anything new and I am the kind of person who likes to make her own mustard and can her own jam I found the mustard recipe to be utterly bizarre tasty mustard can be made in much less than the two weeks the included recipe reuired and whole seeds work as well as the powder it all depends on the type of mustard you are making The jam recipes give instructions for using two part metal lids with canning jars while the photograph shows a type of canning jar with a separate seal that is considered unsafe for canning thus sending a mixed and possibly dangerous message We did make the peanut butter cups at my son's reuest the filling reuired much sugar than indicated but the results were delicious On the other hand melting chocolate and adding peanut butter is bound to be goodOverall I'm glad the book came from the library and will not be added to my cookbook shelf

  5. Andrea Andrea says:

    Some good basics but you can find a flat bred recipe anywhere these days The book is well laid out with nice photos of the dishes to insipre I just can't endorse a book that uses the microwave for melting things

  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    Just made Strawberry Jam using the recipe from this book and we love it First time making Jam and it turned out great

  7. Karen Hood Karen Hood says:

    Our family loves pickles and this book has a great collection of recipes with clear directions to follow Enjoy #AuthorKarenJeanMatskoHood

  8. Carolyn Page Carolyn Page says:

    Recipes and techniues to use It ain't the Ball Blue Book but it's pretty useful

  9. Justin Justin says:

    This is fairly short and freuently strays fairly far from the preservation topics the title promises The picking jamming and curing sections make up maybe half the book The rest is other cooking projects which seem unrelated like sweets and crackers

  10. Kathryn Broege Kathryn Broege says:

    Simple and wonderful recipesGreat collection of recipes for pantry staples as well as decadent treats All are simple nd made from easily obtainable ingredients

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