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Tina Collette Russell

Tina Collette Russell
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Canned Apple Pie Filling
Awesome! Made a case of 1 liter jars with this recipe, and my husband and 7 kids all tried the leftovers and gave it 16 unanimous thumbs up! I did alter the recipe a bit, by substituting 10 cups of all natural NO SUGAR added apple juice for the water, cutting the sugar back to 2 cups white sugar and one cup brown. I omitted the food colouring. I also canned several pints of small diced apples in the sauce for the kids to spoon over yogurt, ice cream and/or oatmeal. I am pretty sure that one case of the liter jars will not be enough for our family, so will be doing this recipe again in a week or so after another trip to our local orchard. These jars would make the most awesome gifts!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 30, 2014
Mom's Best Peanut Brittle
I have made this recipe several times, always with great success. I make it for my husbands work friends, who often request it. It doubles well... I also add extra peanuts (like 1 3/4 C. per recipe), and a dash of almond extract for extra flavour... The key is to make sure the brittle gets to 300* or it will not be crunchy. A candy thermometer is a must!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 20, 2014
Sweet and Sour Jam - Not Just for Chicken
Will make this recipe over and over. My kids loved it, and we even shared some jars with neighbours who now think I am the MASTER of canning! :-) I did do one recipe with the addition of 1 Cup sweet cherries, cut and pitted, and upped the pineapple to 1Cup. I felt safe doing that as both additions are acidic. Please remember when canning, that acidity levels are crucial to safety, so it is dangerous to change recipes meant for canning. In any event, the addition was perfect. I have cut, measured and frozen Apricots and Cherries which are seasonal items here in S. Ontario, and put them in freezer bags to keep for off season preparation of the recipe.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 23, 2012

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