August 21 2012 & Garden Grub 42

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    Schnookie's been canning up a storm this week and last. The line-up here is peaches in vanilla syrup, pickled okra, corn salsa, pickled beets, pickled peppers, and spicy stone fruit jam. Our basement is starting to make us look like a survivalist's bunker. Or rather, a bunker belonging to a member of the Pickles and Jam Enthusiasts' Survivalist Club.

    -- Pk.

    leedav, TheFairView, Meighan, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. |erin| 20 months ago | reply

      oh wow! i am very impressed. such a wide variety of stuff here, and they all look and sound delicious! plus, you are all set for the apocalypse. :D (and the shady back deck is the perfect location for capturing all the vibrant colors in these jars.)

    2. interchangeableparts 20 months ago | reply

      I keep telling myself that this is the last of the random stuff, and I'm just doing tomatoes now. And then, when tomato season is over, I'm going to nap a lot. But then along comes a tasty beet recipe, or the hot peppers pile up, or salsa beckons, and I lose all self control. I... have a problem. :P


    3. view of MT 20 months ago | reply

      This is a very beautiful shot. I love the contrast of colors against the green leafy background and the idea that each color represents and is somthing so delicious!! You have certainly had a fun and productive summer.

    4. TheFairView 20 months ago | reply

      Oh that's so pretty! I can't get over the pickled peppers floating in something perfectly clear-you don't often see that. Hmm...not sure I'd want to survive in a post-apocalyptic scenario on condiments alone. Though if you've survived I suppose you can't afford to be picky.

    5. interchangeableparts 20 months ago | reply

      I can't take any credit for the picture, but I'll say "thanks" for liking the colors! :D

      The pickled peppers wigged me out at first, but then the lady at the farmstand here excitedly showed me some jars of her own, and they were much the same. So I'm not completely distrustful of them now. And yeah, it won't be much of a diet at our house, post-apocalypse. Do I need to start canning meat?


    6. i eaт sтars 18 months ago | reply

      Oh, my gosh. I see okra! Yummmm :))

    7. interchangeableparts 18 months ago | reply

      I've never had pickled okra before, but it seemed too fun not to make some. Here's hoping I end up liking it! :D


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