Tag Archives: food preservation

Process, Process, Process.

We’re always encouraging folks to get more than they think they need and then process it for later. Make a double batch of Chicken/Turkey Chard Chili (https://bgproduce.wordpress.com/2011/08/21/corn-potato-and-pepper-soup/) and freeze some of it, get 6 extra ears of corn and freeze … Continue reading

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Shrimp in Tomato Sauce

I finally pulled out the last bag of whole, frozen tomatoes. Until a couple years ago, I didn’t realize you could freeze tomatoes. After a quick rinse, I freeze them in a single layer on a cookie sheet. Then I … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek at Spain and a Reminder to Process the Summer Bounty

It has been way too long since I’ve written a post here. I’m hoping to really get back into it…and I’ve got a lot to share! Matt and I were lucky enough to take a trip to Southern Spain at … Continue reading

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Today was a busy day…

Matt and I finally decided to tackle as much produce as we could in our fridge before it decided to fight back and take over the house. So, today we: Roasted eggplant with slivers of garlic – this was frozen … Continue reading

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Think about winter storage now…& additional use for Spicy Greens

I know you don’t want to think about it. Trust me, I don’t either. Winter is my least favorite season. But, what I do enjoy about winter is the food. Everything is warm and hearty, filling and satisfying. So, what … Continue reading

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