We have had a beyond go of it with the weather ranging from extremely high temperatures in March for two weeks (think barefoot and shorts in Ontario, Canada) to drought conditions, high heat and rather nasty, violent storms. Well, I'm in the midst of restocking our pantry with home canned goodies that were de-pleated with our move last September. So, I really don't have time for adverse weather conditions that are sending produce prices sky high. Last week, I focused on yellow corn. I was very fortunate to find it for $3 a doz about a mile out of town in comparison to the bi-colour corn in town that was going for $6 a dozen, and bi-colour corn just doesn't work well for preserving.
So I'm in high gear home canning. It started with cucumbers a couple of weeks ago, now into corn and peaches with a few berries mixed in. Next will be tomatoes so that will be a very busy time for me. I am very blessed to have the knowledge and equipment to do this kind of food preservation. My pantry is filling up. I'm busy, every bone in my body hurts and yet I am beyond happy! What an amazing blessing...
I'm so glad you could stop by. This is my personal blog of daily life and my journey through life. You will find a strong emphasis on family and friends as well as finding my ancestors through genealogy. Unlike my other blogs this blog is more of a catch-all so any topic is fair game.