Pressure Canning Meat – Turkey, Chicken, Beef Pressure canning meat is the only way to preserve meat that is shelf stable. You can only use… Read More »Raw Pack vs. Hot Pack for Pressure Canning Meat
Preparing tomatoes for canning is not a hard task to do. It is just time consuming but a necessary step when making sure your hard… Read More »Preparing Tomatoes for Canning – The Core and Peel Blanching Method
Here is a video that shows one of the reasons people have an issue when using the Tattler Reusable Canning Lids and how to fix… Read More »Tattler Reusable Canning Lids- Seal Failure Fix
We use our electric 18 quart roaster quite often here at Wild Heaven Farms for various things, mostly chicken or beef bone broth. It takes a few days to do this and being as cost conscious as we are around here, we wondered how much it was costing us to do this.
First things first. Let’s discuss the type of electric 18 quart roaster we are using. Ours is a Hamilton Beach with the buffet pans like this one:Read More »Cost to Run Electric 18 Quart Roaster
Canning Pineapples is something we do every year at this time at Wild heaven Farms. The grocery stores usually price them right around $1 each for the New Year holiday so we stock up now for the whole year.
I always try to buy the ones that look to be the same color, whether it is all green or all golden yellow so that they will all be ready to canRead More »Canning Pineapples in a Waterbath
This recipe is for a homemade hot sauce that will quickly become one your favorite condiments. Some people consider it a Frank’s copycat recipe. It’s… Read More »Cayenne Pepper Hot Sauce – Frank’s Copycat