For every house is built by someone,

but the builder of all things is God.

Hebrews 3:4






Friday, August 13, 2010

Remember My Peaches? How About a Giveaway?


Hello Friends!

Do you remember my jars of peaches?   
The ones with the space on the bottom?
Do you have the same problem and want to know
why this happens?
Do you want your peaches to look like this?
Then visit Heather at one of my favorite blogs,

Mountain Home Quilts

You may find some answers to these
questions here.

Be sure to check out Heather's wonderful giveaway
as well.  Click here.





Thank you Heather!


Warm Country Blessings,

Christa



14 comments:

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Thanks Christa! What a generous post!

Camille said...

Thank you Christa! I hopped over and discovered my problem...I always have raw packed my peaches (like my mom did) and poured boiling water into the jar...interesting! I'll have to give it a try. :)

Have a wonderful day!
With Love,
Camille

Nadine said...

Very interesting...I never knew that before. I always get the extra space in my jars of fruit too! :)

Blessings!
~Nadine

Linda Stubbs said...

Thank you for the info here. I will go over and learn some things. I will be getting some peaches at the end of next week. I can't wait to get them up on the shelf. Been busy doing tomatoes.

Blessings sweet friend, Linda

Deanna said...

There's just something so homey about canned foods. Brings to mind alot of memories.

Have a super week-end,
d

Miss Antoinette K. said...

Oh wow, those peaches look yummy no matter how they look! :)

What perfect timing for this giveaway, I have wanted that book for my hope chest for some time and was just thinking about it today! :)

Blessings,

Miss Antoinette

tea said...

Mmmm, all that fruit looks good!

Mrs. JP said...

I think your peaches look good too. I have the same problem with pickles.

The Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Those peachesd look yummy! They're so cheap right now - I'll hop on over and have a look.

Manuela

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage said...

I'm sure your peaches will taste wonderful nonetheless.

Blessings!
Laura

Camille said...

Just hopped over to say ~ "Have a wonderful LORD's Day tomorrow"! :)

Love,
Camille

Quiltstory said...

Ahh... That reminds me of canning with my momma!

We are having our first EVER linky party tomorrow! We'd LOVE if you'd stop by and share a recent fabric finish. Hope to see you :)

Following :)

cindy said...

First time to your blog and I like it. Neat ideas..

take care
cindy
treasuresinmyheartblogspot.com

Willing Hearts - Busy Hands said...

Christa,
I wonder if there might be other factors to be considered as the cause of the space at the bottom other than cold packing; such as how small the peaches are cut (halves would move less), altitude, or peach type. We always cold pack our peaches and do not have over 1" of space at the bottom of the jars. We can mostly halves, sometimes quarters if the peaches are huge. Here is a link to a picture of our peach canning project. http://heartsforhomeschooling.blogspot.com/2010/09/harvest-time-peaches.html The second picture shows peaches waiting to be canned, and the third picture shows peaches that are canned and cooling off, showing very little space at the bottom.

Mrs. Hearts