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How to Preserve : Food Network

Home canning is completely safe if you follow these steps. What you'll need is four 8-ounce canning jars with lids and bands and a large pot canning rack (or other wire rack that fits). In your pot you'll need: a jar lifter and/or tongs, a large spoon, a small rubber spatula and clean kitchen towels...
  • Food Author

    Blueberry-Maple Spoon Fruit #recipe from #FNMag #Food #Recipe #Yummy #Meals #Dinner #Chef #Cook #Bake #Culinary

  • Addy Liebelt

    Blueberry Maple Spoon Fruit

  • Sheryl Uhrig

    Blueberry-Maple Spoon Fruit Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

  • M.E. Morgan

    Blueberry-Maple Spoon Fruit from FoodNetwork.com - I gotta make this with some of the 20# of wild blueberries in my freezer (the farm I bought them from said put them straight in the freezer and use them from there). Being the maple ho that I am, I'm going to make a test batch jacking up the maple (what's this grade A shit? grade B all the way baby!!) and cutting the sugar way back. "Spoon fruit" instead of jam means you can eat it out of the jar with a spoon, right? :)

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