It’s February. Fog, rain, clouds, and cold are the norm. Oh, there is that occasional day when the sun shines bright, the temperatures are moderate and you enjoy a day filled with outdoor activities. A little tease of spring. I love those days. I get outside, work in my garden, and begin thinking of all the wonderful food I’ll preserve in the coming year. Summer may seem far away, but it will be here soon enough. These last months of winter are the perfect time to take stock of your pantry and freezer. In preparation for the upcoming growing season, …
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