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Culinate Newsletter August 11 10

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 Is 2010 the year of the DIY homesteader? Whether you're putting up your own food to save money, make a political statement, or just enjoy the bounty of summer year round — or for all of those reasons — we've got content for you.

 In her book, Canning and Preserving, Ashley English lays out the basic concepts of canning. Whether you're new to canning or just curious about how it works, you'll want to check out our recently published excerpt of her book, with its eight easy-to-follow steps for successful pressure canning. 

 And speaking of preserving: This Thursday, Kim O'Donnel welcomes Amy Pennington back to Table Talk. Pennington, author of Urban Pantry, will be available to talk about edible gardening and preserving food. 

 Then, the following Thursday, August 19, Kim invites Marisa McClellan, of the popular canning blog Food in Jars, to join her for more can-do discussion. Stay tuned for that link.
 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

 P.S. We apologize if last week you tried to get to the recipe for Everyday Yogurt Cake and were frustrated by a broken link. We promise, today's link works — and the cake is terrific.

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