1.Intro to Canning Doc_5_31_11 - Ball
This is not the time turning bliss to blah. Prepare Recipeof your choice from hundreds of home canning recipes available: • Ball Blue Book® Guide to Preserving.
2.Step-by-Step Fresh Preserving Of Low-Acid Foods - Ball
foods can be safely processed in a boiling-water canner. ... Tested preserving recipe such as one found in the Ball Blue Book® Guide to Preserving, Ball®.
3.Home-canning Pressures and Processing Times - MSU Extension
Preserving, 2006 edition only; Ball Blue Book of Preserving,. 2006 edition only. Two Questions of Safety. Before beginning your home-canning, ask yourself: 1.
4.Peach Pickles Recipe adapted from the Ball Blue Book of Canning ...
Peach Pickles. Recipe adapted from the Ball Blue Book of Canning and Preserving. Prepared by Melissa Petersen, Editor of Edible Memphis magazine.
5.Zucchini Relish Zesty Zucchini Relish
Zucchini Relish. From: Ball Blue Book (2008) ... Process 20 minutes* in a boiling- water canner. *Recipe ... From: Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving (2006).
6.Pears - Utah State University Extension
Extension Service, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Ball Blue Book. The Complete Guide to Home Canning and Freezing. 1995. Alltrista. Corporation.
7.Preserving: Start with Canning - Maple Leaf Ace Hardware
Don't be intimidated! Sources of information include: The Ball Blue Book of Preserving, Maple Leaf Ace Hardware crew, WSU Extension (home canning basics ...
8.Pressure Canning - Bob's Market and Greenhouses
A tested canning recipe such as one found in the. Ball Blue Book®. □ A Pressure Canner. □ Glass preserving jars, lids, and bands (always use new lids).