Brenda Groth wrote:that sounds really really good, being low acid is there any problem canning it..I suppose you could put it in the freezer too..but to have it ready instantly a jar would be best i guess.
I LOVE onions..thanks.
were your onions sweet onions or can you use the hotter ones in this recipe..i generally have a lot of the hotter ones on hand each year..as they are perennial here...carmalizing might make them sweeter
Brenda Groth wrote:I read on another thread about Kale chips..I'm
so amped to try them this year. But there must be other unusual foods that I've never tried and "enquiring minds want to know".
So would we all please list some of those really odd things that normal people out there in the world know nothing about that you fix either from your garden or from your pantry to eat, esp to not go buy the storebought goodies..
Right now I need to make things mostly from pantry staples..or from things that I have put up or grow in my garden, as my financial situation makes buying anything extra pretty much nil.
So lets get this thread going and bring it on..
Please include instructions or a link to instructions as well..here is a link to those kale chips mentioned above
Brenda Groth wrote:lovin these...anyone have any recipes for using non free stone plums..we have access to tons of them but they are so hard to work with with those pits sticking hard to the fruit.
"If you can't laugh its not funny anymore"-Wavy Gravy
John Crawford wrote:Onion Jam.
It should also be noted that it's not going to be as thick as regular jam due to not having allot of pectin.