I spent a good part of yesterday afternoon in the JamBusters kitchen processing my latest batch of Beet Pickles. They turned out great and were still warm when I brought them into the office this morning. I have had a couple of requests for these so I was lucky enough to have access to a garden full of beets grown a couple kilometres away from our home. The beets ranged in size from a racquetball to a softball so you can imagine they were a good size and each of them were solid and 'meaty' which made processing a much easier job than I expected. Of course, my recently purchased food processor has made the slicing part of the job probably the easiest part. When I think that I used to do all the slicing by hand up until a couple weeks ago - I can't believe the difference! I also have the community to thank for the success of JamBusters. I am selling product DAILY from our storefront location at 226A Bridge Street in downtown Princeton, British Columbia. I have window space in the office of the Similkameen News Leader and it has been so much help. I also have this website, my Twitter (@JamBusters_) and we are going to add much more so I can share details of what we are doing with my JamBusters product line.
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My name is Brenda and I like to create things that can be sealed in a jar. I try to find unique and unusual recipes that can be for jams, jellies, relishes, pickles, hot sauces and any other type of preserve. I also like to put dried items in jars such as soups, drink and cake mixes. I hope that you find my website and the blog I've added to it interesting. Thank you for visiting with me!