Canning Season®

A weekly Arts, Food and Home podcast featuring John Gavin
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As we wrap up the growing season, we turn to fall home canning, That means the holidays and all the abundance that... The post CS-044: Fall Home Canning – Conversation with a Master Food Preserver appeared first on Canning Season.
In today’s show, we talk about safely pickling foods.  This is a foundation skill used in home canning worldwide. Seasoned home canners... The post CS-043: The Pickle Anything Show appeared first on Canning Season.
Today, we talk about what it takes to get your jams and jellies to set. Pectin – what it is. The concept... The post CS-042: Get Your Jams and Jellies to Set appeared first on Canning Season.
The strawberries have arrived and it’s time to make strawberry jam.  Today’s show lists the 10 things I learned for making the... The post CS-041: Let’s Make Great Strawberry Jam appeared first on Canning Season.
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 pect
In today’s episode we talk about disruptions in the food supply and their connection to home canning & food preservation.  To help... The post CS-040: Pop-Tarts and Disruptions in the Food Supply appeared first on Canning Season.
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
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.  The creator and producer of Canning Season returns as your host to guide you th
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... The post CS-039 Canning Season is Back! appeared first on Canning Season.
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. 
For all your hard work home canning this year, don’t you think you deserve a break – and a treat?  Today I... The post CS-038: Homemade Ice Cream | New Features Coming to Canning Season appeared first on Canning Season.
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. 
In home canning as well as in life, we sometimes get off our game; some call it “losing our mojo”.  You know... The post CS-037: A Bucket of Cucumbers Restored My Canning Mojo appeared first on Canning Season.
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
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
Knowing how to safely pickle foods is one of the foundation skills used by home canners worldwide.  In today’s episode we are... The post CS-036: Pickled Foods | Interview with Expert from University of Alaska appeared first on Canning Season.
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 t
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 t
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’
The cherries are in!  Will you be home canning cherries this year?  If so, what do you plan to make?  With so... The post CS-035: Cherries! | So Many Cool Things to Make with Cherries | My Trip to Norway appeared first on Canning Season.
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
No matter how long we’ve been cooking or home canning, there’s always something new to learn.  Today’s session lists the 10 things... The post CS-034: 10 Things I Learned Canning Strawberry Jam This Year | Your Questions Answered appeared first
No matter how long we've been cooking or home canning, there's always something new to learn.  Today's session lists the 10 things I learned when making strawberry jam this weekend.  We also celebrate the one year anniversary of the Canning Sea
No matter how long we’ve been cooking or home canning, there’s always something new to learn.  Today’s session lists the 10 things... The post CS-034: 10 Things I Learned Canning Strawberry Jam This Year | Your Questions Answered appeared first
Today's session provides a great review on preventing botulism and food poisoning. With the new growing season underway, timing is perfect for home canners at all levels of experience to learn/review these important safety concepts.   In this s
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