Seasonal Tips

Eating It Up previous tips: Tomatoes and a Note on Appples previous tips: Fruits of Summer Now that you’ve relished the joys of preserving food (and perhaps a few sorrows,) it’s time to “eat it up” so to speak. Your canned, frozen, pickled and dried foods are at their peak …

Recipes and How To’s

Recipes and How To’s Strawberry Jam with Currant or Gooseberries (pdf) Video at cookingupastory.com – Make small batch jam Small Batch Fresh Strawberry Jam (pdf) Homemade Pectin Stock (pdf) Jam and Jelly Making Basics (pdf) Strawberry Freezing Tips (pdf) Testing The Jelly Point (pdf) More recipes coming soon.

Food Preservation

Why Food Preservation by Marge Braker There was a time when home food preservation was not optional. Our predecessors found the work of tilling, sowing, seeding and harvesting the land a time consuming business. Outside food sources were neither available nor affordable so eating what had been grown and preserved …

Media

Preserve videos, blogs and radio programs   Read Harriet’s Blog at culinate.com Preserving – A Way of LifeHarriet at blogger.com See the video interview from cookingupastory.com Download PDF   NEW! Harriet on CO-OP Radio 2/24/1011 – It Takes a Villiage NEW! 1/12/2011 – KLCC 89.7 Laura McCandlish chats with Harriet …

Classes

This year, in lieu of classes Harriet is offeringPrivate Consultations Consulting Services:  After years of teaching food preservation and householding, Harriet knows that incorporating the many systems of householding into your busy life is not easy.  Some of us are further down the path than others.  But the principles of …