Jun 6, 2011
What's that pounding in my head???
...and the #1 reason I want a WhisperMill....
because this clearly isn't working LOL!
Of course Loch had to chime in today with all the technical mumbo jumbo... Finn didn't care about any of that...
Anyone seen a tomato around here? Look really hard...
I have 2 tomatoes that may be ready tomorrow! This is the Fourth of July tomato, and true to its name, they will be here by then. They are about plum sized, and always the first to ripen here.
Jimmy Nardello Sweet Italian Frying Pepper
Italian Pepperoncini (hot/sweet)
Sigaretta de Bergamo (sweet/hot)
Speaking of a mill purchase, some of you may remember I mentioned that the mill was not in the budget right now, but a pressure canner was next on my list of homesteading supplies. The steam canner isn't cutting it since I have a ceramic glass cooktop and it can't be used there. I end up having to use the water bath canner in the backyard, far from the kitchen, not ideal. The pressure canner CAN be used on my cooktop, and can be used to can everything from meat to high acid foods. I was planning to post a question to all you canners out there who use them, but Mama Pea beat me to it! So head over to Mama Pea's blog A Homegrown Journal and chime into the discussion about your experiences with a pressure canner, lots of inquiring minds want to know!