7 Veggies Beginning Gardeners Should Grow

When you first start gardening, you might wonder what vegetables are the easiest to grow. My first year, I assumed everything was easy. Soon, I realized that I was wrong. Many plants have different requirements that I wasn’t ready or prepared to give to them. In fact, I had no idea plants could require anythingRead more

6 Reasons Your Tomatoes Aren’t Ripening

Tomatoes are my arch nemesis. I work hard each year to plant enough tomato plants to provide the right amount of tomatoes I need for canning. Without fail, something goes wrong. Sometimes, my tomatoes don’t turn red. One day, blight infected my tomatoes. It’s always something. For me, I like to find the answer toRead more

Canning Healthy Chicken Broth: Simple Instructions

*This ad contains affiliate links that come at no extra costs for you. Chicken broth has dozens of nutritional benefits. Instead of purchasing cartons and cans from the store, learn how to can chicken broth at home! We often make batches of chicken broth for soups. I try to make homemade chicken and dumplings atRead more

Canning Green Beans: Raw Pack Method

We are in the middle of prime green bean season, where our plants are overflowing. Canning green beans allows you to put them up for casseroles and easy side dishes later in the year. Canning green beans is different than canning jams and jellies. You will need a pressure canner; a water bath canner cannotRead more

7 Dangerous Canning Mistakes You Are Making

*This post contains affiliate links that come at no additional cost for you. Each day, I see articles floating around encouraging dangerous canning mistakes that could cause someone to get sick. If you happen to make one of these mistakes, you might regret it. Canning is fun and exciting. There is something so refreshing andRead more