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2015-06-01 12:25:15

The iconic home canning guide refreshes with 75 new recipes, makes preserving easier for all FISHERS, Ind., June 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With spring produce filling farmers

2015-04-14 08:25:31

Locally Recognized Chefs Sample Unique Recipes During 12 Stop Tour Across the Country AUSTIN, Minn., April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In recent years, chefs across America have sparked a trend

2015-03-25 00:21:03

Successful collaboration to be expanded in 2015 SINGAPORE, March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

2015-02-16 12:23:45

LONDON, Feb. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Canned Food Canned food products refer to processed food items that are available in airtight suitable metal cans with added preservatives.

2014-11-05 08:37:33

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2014-09-04 08:30:23

New design offers fresh look and user-friendly tools for health professionals and government audiences PITTSBURGH, Sept.

2014-04-08 23:03:56

The design and development of BumbleBee.com garners Geary LSF top honors in the Food Industry Category at this year’s Internet Advertising Competition. San

2014-03-07 23:02:03

Glass Doctor can fix the pain of what to do with old, unused and nearly forgotten glass with these five unique ways to repurpose glass. Waco, Texas (PRWEB) March


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2010-09-27 17:29:21

A Mason jar, invented by Rick Mason in 1858, is a glass jar used in canning to preserve food. Ball Corp. manufactured the jars early on and the name ball jar was also applied to the jars. In mass-production they have been replaced by other methods; however, in the home they are still widely used for canning. Usually the jars have a two piece lid composed of a inner flat metal which is covered by by a screw-on ring. The ring creates a vacuum with the lid during the canning process. So that...

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Word of the Day
gubbings
  • The parings of haberdine; also, any kind of fragments.
The word 'gubbings' is a variant of the word 'gobbon', meaning 'a portion, gobbet.'