Monday, October 27, 2008

Wish this crop would have done better

If only I could grow more of this crop things would be a little eaiser around here. We use a lot of this and there never seems to be much left over to can, but every little bit helps. To can this crop, fill jars with product, no need to leave an inch head space on this one. The more you can get in there the better. No boiling water bath or pressure canner needed. Dig a hole in the ground and bury, be sure to mark the spot.

Just kidding, I would never part with my mason jars. haha!! That's what coffee cans are for.

8 comments:

Cath said...

HAHAHAHAHA! Now that's funny!!

warren said...

Shoot...depending on how things go, the mason jars may very well be worth a more than that shiny copper looking stuff.

Btw, which grows better, silver colored or copper colored?

S Vandemore said...

Coffee cans? Who can afford coffee? Just kiddin'. Warren's right about the jars -- we used to be able to pick up the blue Ball jars at the thrift store for next to nothing...now they want $1.99 for one of 'em. Crazy -- glad we stocked up a few years ago. I like them much better than the new ones.

The Scavenger said...

Cath, happy to be the joke of the day.

Warren, very true. Not sure which one would grow better, I can only get the cooper color. Seed is the hardest thing to find for me.

S Vandemore, welcome, I have seen the blue jars for up to 8 bucks at the flea market. Ya know folks just want 'em for pretties. Old jars are my fav.

Thanks for the comments on this goofy post.

Chris

Amy - "Twelve Acres" said...

When you figure out how to grow that crop, lemme know. I have two blue Ball jars in my kitchen, strictly for decoration. You know, me and canning...

Throwback at Trapper Creek said...

Funny post Chris, we can all use some humor :)

Anonymous said...

HAHAHA! Good one! Thanks for the chuckle! Gen--IL Homesteader

The Scavenger said...

Amy, Now that your mention it we have several around the house too. We use one on the counter int the kitchen for wooden spoons. The blue is really pretty.

MOH, glad it brought a smile to your face. I bet you saved some of that seed.

Gen, thanks, I thought it may
bring a laugh or two.

Thanks for the comments, love to hear from ya.

Chris