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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Summer CanCan
This summer I had the pleasure of teaching my youngest daughter, Kristeen how to can.  We not only worked hard, we had fun together.  We are both concerned with giving our families the best of fruits and vegetables with no sugar and no preservatives.  We are going all organic and natural.  Canning is the way to do it.
The vegetables we bought from the Amish farmers at a very low price.  The rest was up to us.

The recipe for homemade spaghetti sauce was my mothers'.  Just 1 bushel of medium tomatoes go a long way and the taste is exquisite.  I have always missed those times of canning with mom and now I can teach my daughters to can and pass on my knowledge to them.  I know someday they will in turn pass it on again.

Thanks for checking in and happy scrappin'.  Remember to try something new today.

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2amscrapper said...

wonderful project with those canning photos!

Joan said...

Great layout and the sauce sounds yummy!!

The Nostalgic Scrapper said...

Hi Sandra... this is really colourful... and eye catching!

1Caliscrapper said...

omg those jars of goodness