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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Giveaway Time Again! Here’s the Perfect Autumn Cookbook
Photo: Leigh Olson

Giveaway Time Again! Here’s the Perfect Autumn Cookbook

Autumn is cookbook release season (and you thought it was fall harvest?!) and we’ve got an inspiring book to share with one lucky winner in our giveaway this week.

The Joys of Jewish Preserving, by Emily Paster, will set you up with all of the canning, pickling and preserving advice and recipes you could need.

Love autumn apples, plums, beets and carrots? You should preserve them!

For more on why we love this book and an easy recipe to get you started with cranberry applesauce, scroll down to read our post.

Here’s how to enter to win one copy of The Joys of Jewish Preserving:

Leave a comment in the section below to tell us what your favorite pickled or preserved food is? Are you interested in learning how to preserve that fruit or veggie yourself?

This contest runs from 10/19/17- 10/22 at 6:00 PM.

Please use an e-mail that will allow us to contact you easily. For extra chances to win, subscribe to our blog here, by going to the box in the right column and entering your email where it says, enter your address here.

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Good luck !

 

24 Comments

  1. Blaukraut: my red cabbage, my tart apples, local red onions & caraway seeds… I grow quite a bit not only to eat during the season but to also can, ferment, dehydrate & freeze to enjoy through the winter too. This book would be a FABULOUS addition of recipes/info plus it would expand my choices…that always has the chance to be a delicious addition!!

  2. I love a good Chow Chow. Canning is in my blood and there is just something so special about a homemade jar of pickled goodness from a friend or family member. Yes, I would love to know more. #canningparty

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