Mulberry pie filling
I have three very large mulberry trees in my yard that produce so many berries we can’t eat them fast enough! Last year I made jam and syrup with them and froze some whole for pie baking. This year I would like to can some mulberry pie filling to give as gifts since the pie was such a hit! Plus it kills me to let all that yummy go to waste! Should I prepare and can the mulberries like the apple pie filling you have posted but with my own seasonings or do you have a recipe and instructions for mulberries?
What I’d do is can up a test batch using the apple pie filling recipe as a guideline. Mulberries really don”t require any spices added to them so I’d leave them out. Then adjust the recipe to suit your taste; you may need a little more Clear Jel. Lucky you! I haven’t had mulberries since I was a child! Oh, how good they were! — Jackie
Canning pot roast
I had an idea and was hoping that you can help. I got the recipe for golden corral pot roast and was wanting to can it when I make a large portion. How long would I pressure can it for both pints and quarts?
You will be canning your pot roast at 10 pounds pressure for 75 minutes for pints and 90 minutes for quarts. (For altitudes above 1,000 feet, consult your canning book for instructions on increasing your pressure to suit your altitude, if necessary.) — Jackie