Canning and Preserving
Hmmmm, Since I know that the rotisserie chickens have to be salted, but I don’t add any salt to my stock. Am I actually making stock or broth? Well since as I always say, “They don’t pay me to think anymore”. I am just going to keep calling it stock (especially since anything I use it for needs some salt to be savory). What do you think?
Recently, I visited a swap meet with a couple of friends. We had a lot of fun and wore ourselves out! My best purchase was at a produce shop. I discovered some lovely jalapeno chiles and tomatillos, a type of green fruit that makes our absolute favorite salsa. Yes, I have posted that recipe here, when we were living in Mexico. I have, sadly, had a very hard time finding them here in Florida. However, last weekend I found about 10 pounds and bought every single one! I also bought about five pounds of beautiful jalapeno chilies: Read the rest of this entry »
As I posted before I am in the process of making vinegar from the skin of a pineapple that we lovingly grew. The photo above is the final fermentation stage after the first straining to remove the pieces of fruit.The whitish stuff floating on the top is a form of yeast and is harmless and helpful.
I have a photo below of my final product. Read the rest of this entry »