Can you dry-can peaches? I have never heard of this before, but saw it mentioned in an article. I have canned them in a syrup only.
Wish I could be there for the seminar! Awfully far from Tampa.
Boy, that’s a new one on me! I’d rather stick to the tried and true canning peaches in syrup. I can’t imagine dry canning peaches at all.
I wish you could come, too. We still have several spots open. — Jackie
Substitution for fresh dill
I make dilly asparagus using the dilly bean recipe. It calls for 1 head of dill per jar, I usually freeze dill from the year before as it is not available at this time of year. I did not freeze any last year, so could you tell me if anything can be substituted with similar results.
You can substitute dill seed at about 1½ tsp. dill seed per head called for in a recipe. Of course, fresh dill is best (or frozen) but dill seed comes in a close second and is available all year long. — Jackie