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Crock Pot Apple Butter

09.03.2009 · Posted in Preserves & Condiments

Apple Butter Festivals reign supreme throughout the USA from September through the end of October.  Washington state to Virginia, everyone is getting in the swing for mouth-watering comfort apple-butter. Maybe your great-great-grandma made apple-butter in a copper kettle over an outdoor fire or your great grandma made it in the oven and the whole house ...

Hot Applesauce Cake with Microwave Applesauce

Apples are just in season so get out the peeler and corer.  You know what they say, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.”  There’s so much you can do with apples, besides Mom’s Apple Pie, there’s apple sauce, apple jelly, apple butter, apple tarts, baked apples, apple Waldorf salad, apple pancakes, apple muffins and ...

Banana Jam

06.08.2009 · Posted in Preserves & Condiments

When you live in the tropics bananas probably grow right outside your door.  Stalks of bananas can weigh 20-40 pounds depending upon the variety.  There are fingerling sizes, export sizes that you see in supermarkets, and there are plantain sized bananas that grow in various shapes.  Polynesians and West Indians of the Caribbean cook green bananas in coconut milk ...