21 thoughts on “Glorious Harvest Colors

  1. faerylandmom says:

    I canned pickles for the first time this year! I didn’t get to do more than about 6 pints, but it’s a start, and I loved it, and they were amazing. BEST pickles I have ever had. EVER.

    • Katharine Trauger says:

      Oh, I am so glad for you, Tiff! Now you’ve caught the incurable addiction to home canning! πŸ˜€ Yes, those home canned pickles are a delight and we love them, too. I usually make one, one-gallon jar for our whole family for the Thankgiving meal, and we nearly eat them all, every year.

      • faerylandmom says:

        How do you do a gallon jar? Would you post a tutorial?

        I’d love to do gallon jars of pickles next year instead of pints. I’ve always loved canning – I grew up doing it. Salsa day was my favorite. My sisters, mom, cousin, aunt, and grandma always got together to do salsa for all our families. Best. Day. Ever.

        • Katharine Trauger says:

          Oooh! It would be a best day for me, too, if I got help putting up food! (Well, I do get help with the chicken cleaning–never have to turn them into meat, just all the rest. I told my husband early on: I will happily deal with any meat you bring home, just be nice and don’t make me turn cute things into meat, okay? He’s been okay with that, although I know how and have done that part at times.) Also, hubs did two canners full of carrots, once, when I was gone. I mean he did the whole thing: pulling, scrubbing, chopping, and pressuring. I guess I’ve probably had more help than I realize, eh?
          Tutorial? I could do that, but not now, since our cucumbers are all tilled in, so couldn’t take photos. I make dill pickles–are they what you like?
          There is a recipe here: https://katharinetrauger.wordpress.com/2012/06/26/i-like-pickles-part-2-the-recipes/
          You could probably figure it out there. The photo here is a half-gallon…

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