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Jarden Home Brands 21400 Ball Blue Book

Jarden Home Brands 21400 Ball Blue Book

Jarden Home Brands 21400 Ball Blue Book

  • 124 Pages of Illustrated information and recipes
  • Preserves, jams, jellies, canning, freezer ideas, dehydration and much more!
  • From pre-can planning to serving ideas
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about the art of canning
  • Delicious recipes to expand your current culinary repertoire

Jams, jellies, relishes, compotes, ketchup recipes and even hot & spicy salsas! This amazing comprehensive Blue Book Guide To Preserving from Ball is an all in one how to step by step map on preserving your seasonal fruits and vegetables creatively. From the most traditional ideas to more creative with a twist you will be happy to have this resource in your kitchen!

List Price: $ 8.95

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15 Comments/Reviews

  • sunshinedrop "sunshinedrop" says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great book with lots of details and reliable recipes, January 5, 2007
    By 
    sunshinedrop “sunshinedrop” (Williamsburg, OH USA) –

    This book is great! It not only covers canning, but also covers other methods of food preservation. All the recipes I tried worked great and the canning directions are very clear. Definitely worth the low price!!!

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  • Sean Canal says:

    In my home town the value of homes are down as much as 30 percent. Most of the revenue for schools and police comes from property taxes, so rapidly lower housing prices have cut the revenue needed for these important things.

    What should the Mayor and City Council do with rapidly falling home asssesments and tax revenue, should they raise the tax rate to make up for the difference?

  • Lucy Kaufman says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    okay, February 18, 2007
    By 
    Lucy Kaufman
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    The Ball Blue canning book is not as good as the Kerr canning book. Maybe it is a matter of taste but I found this one a bit cluttered.

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  • Juanita Reid says:
    16 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Printing of Ball Blue Book, September 11, 2006
    By 
    Juanita Reid (Southington, OH United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    I am very dissapointed in the new Ball Blue Book. I have many of the older version so I had to buy this newer one as well. The titles of the recipes are so faint I have to use a magnifying glass in order to see them. I go back to the older version to use simply because I can’t see the titles from the new Ball Blue Book. I am very sorry to see this wonderful book treated this way. I still use the Ball Blue Books for my canning and preserving but just not this newer version.

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  • MENA News says:

    I’m writing a story, and I love to describe what my characters look like, so I look for pictures online. Well, for my character Jarden, I found this cartoon character and I’m not sure how to describe him, or what he’s wearing. Help?

    http://s237.photobucket.com/albums/ff257/gothdolllove/?action=view&current=Shellgetoverit.jpg

    http://s237.photobucket.com/albums/ff257/gothdolllove/?action=view&current=NohatfortheWarden.jpg
    (In the first phota he is the one on the right- purple suit)
    *photo

    .
    Well, I need it more detailed.
    Aly: What? how does this help me describe my character?

  • San Andreas says:

    Im buying appliances for my new home but im not sure which brands are the most reliable. Im thinking of buying a fridge, washing machine and microwave. Obviouslly Miele is the best but that is out of my budget. Other brands i have seen selling are Samsung, Fischer and Paykel, Electrolux, and BOSCH. Which of these brands are best for general home appliances?

  • fran says:

    1) if sue has a total net worth of $642 and liabilities of $360 what are her total assets?

    2) matt had an income of $21400 this year. if the inflation rate was 12% what was his purchasing power?

    3) staceys family spent $452 $374 and $515 on groceries for the past 3 months what was the average amount of money spent on groceries per month?

  • TYGA says:

    I know a guy who has this addidas ball, that’s a little smaller in size then regular and is also much heavier, and the ball is very good for freestyling. What is this ball called and where can I get it (in Canada)?

    Any links or information on what kind of soccer ball this may be would be appreciated.

  • Sofi Liuboschitz says:

    probably very hard driving by the person or people who drove it. The sales person claims it was a dealer transfer and wants to sell me a 2007 GTI DSG with pg1/package 1 for $21400. without TTL. Will I have problems with oil consumption, leaking, brakes, trans, or anything else with the first 424 being possibly hard miles. Thank you.

  • saraah3 says:

    I am planning a vacation to Maui for my family and have found Expedia to be the best deal. But every day the prices change. So I was wondering if I would get a better deal if I wait untill 1 week before our trip to book it or should I book it now.

    Desired trip date 09/02 – 09/10/2011

  • Shy Shy says:

    I plan to learn Spanish, all by myself, and I am looking for books suitable for that. Of course I will try to use multimedia such as TV and newspapers to practice, but I need a book that will present Spanish (and that assumes I am not at all familiar with the language) in a systematic way, with a lot of examples and practice. I would prefer also a book with a lot of vocab word lists and grammar rules.

    Thank You 🙂

  • Mercy Innes says:

    I had home moved between 2 cities. I knew I was eligible for home moving expenses claim for myself. My question is that could my wife eligible for home moving expense claim. If yes, should we split the home moving expenses claim or can we claim some amount of home moving expenses individually? Thanks in advance.

  • Issy Stence says:

    My son is 10 years old and he likes bowling.He plays with the lightest ball he can find (usually 8lbs) He has hard time controlling it. Do you recommend a lighter ball until he is comfortable throwing or it is better to start with a heavier ball?

  • Molly Griego says:

    My husband and I are planning to buy a house that is neared by my workplace. We do not want to put out for sale on our current home until we find a new home which means there are going to be a period time that we will be owning two houses at the same time. We are thinking of taking my name out from the current home and using my name only for the new home, so we can get home exemption for both houses. Would that work?

  • Alejandra Fleishman says:

    In February 2010, I will have owned my home for 5 years, making me eligible for the $6,500 tax credit if I purchased another home by April. My fiance has never owned a home, making her eligible for the $8,000 tax credit as a first time home buyer. We’re very eager to purchase a home before April. How would the tax credits on a purchase apply to a couple in our situation? Thank you.

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