“Canning is a whole world of a thing to do. It requires that you get out of your head. It’s a Zen thing.” ― Debby Bull, Blue Jelly: Lost Love & the Lessons of Canning

This year was the first time The Factory Café offered a series of Canning Workshops, teaching all attendees the heritage-skill of “putting up” spring and summer fruits and vegetables for the winter pantry. The final workshop in this series is next Tuesday (and a few spots are still left). We invite you to join us at the workshop, to explore canning a bit more in-depth, and to give some of the recipes below a try in your own kitchen.

The USDA’s Complete Guide to Home Canning: Spiral-bound or Digital

Canning Calendar on the Journal

“From Appert to the Ball Brothers: A History of Canning”

“How Did We Can? The Evolution of Home Canning Practices. A National Agricultural Library Digital Exhibit.”

Canned Peaches and Pickled Beets from Vivian Howard’s series A Chef’s Life on PBS

Gram Perkins’ Fourteen-Day Pickles

“62 Timeless Canning Recipes Only Grandma Knew to Make”

Canning as Giving

“Need More Diversity in the Pantry? Try a Canning Swap!”

@ Alabama Chanin

As a reminder, Alabama Chanin, and all its offices (including customer service and shipping) are closed today in observance of Labor Day.  We wish you and your family a fun and safe holiday weekend.

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