How To: Open a stuck jar lid

Everyone has been daunted by a stuck jar lid at least once if their lives. If you're sure that you aren't dealing with a crossed thread and need a little extra grips to get that jar lid open, this video will show you how a rubber band can help you out.

How To: Make a hedge row jam with the hawthorne berry

Hawthorne berries are a fantastic super food that you can find right in your own backyard! (in some areas of the world) Especially in the UK, you can find them everywhere! You can even use the leaves to make a great tea and they're edible! In this video you will learn how to make an amazing Hedge Row Jam/Jelly with Hawthorne berries, Crab apples and Elderberries.

How To: Make jelly or jam from fruit

To make this jelly you will need a food puree-r. Start with a large bowl of blueberries. Take a small amount of the blueberries and put them into a separate bowl and mash them up. You don't want to puree all the blueberries. Dump the rest of the blueberries into the puree and start pureeing them into the bowl with the smashed blueberries in it. Turn the handle a few turns and then add the grapes into the puree-r with the blueberries. Puree the rest of the of the grapes and blueberries until t...

How To: Make herbal honey with lavender

Honeys are a delicious way of adding herbal nuritionment to our diets. They can be made from almost any herb with a high volatile oil content. Mountain Rose Herb shows you the steps required to make delicious herbal honey with this video recipe. Lavender honey is delicious, and incredibly simple to make, and all it takes is some fresh herbs. See how to make it with dried and fresh herbs.

How To: Make a syrup out of hawthorne berries

If you could believe, those Hawthorne berries that you see around town are actually edible! Imagine that right? Not only are they edible but they are high in anti-oxidants and are good for your heart, just don't over do it! But what do you do with them exactly? Well, you can make jellies, jams, and even syrup! In this video you will learn how to make a Hawthorne berry syrup for your pancakes or whatever else you use syrup for!

How To: Make strawberry jam

Nothing better on your morning toast, or on some home made ice cream, than some strawberry jam. Making it yourself is not as daunting as you might think, in fact with only a handful of ingredients and a pot you'll never go back to store bought. All you need is strawberries, lemon juice, sugar, and pectin. Learn how to make strawberry jam at home by watching this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Make sweet pepper jam for the holidays

The holiday season means you're going to be doing a LOT of entertaining and a lot of going to parties where you'll be expected to offer up a thoughtful hostess gift. While you could always make a last minute run to the store to purchase boxed chocolates or a nice bottle of wine, it's so much more personal to make something.

How To: Make Cranberry Chutney Sauce

Don't buy cranberry sauce out of the can for Thanksgiving dinner. Instead, make a better, homemade version with this recipe from Chef Sanjay of VahChef. Even if it's not Thanksgiving, this Indian-flavored cranberry chutney will go great with your next poultry dish or as a sauce for snacks.

How To: Pick blackberries and make blackberry jam

These days, with so many digital distractions clogging the cloud - Twitter, Facebook, Blackberries, and iPads just to name a few - very few of us spend quality time just talking and cooking and eating with those we love. Take some time out to remember what it felt like to move without a Wii remote by learning how to pick blackberries and preserve jam.

How To: Make jelly or jam

If you have a garden full of fruits and have no idea what to do with them, maybe you should make some jelly! This is a great way to ensure that no grapes, blueberries, etc. are wasted and it saves you money. So check out this tutorial on how to make your own jelly or jam from home. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Preserve fresh fruit

With the growing popularity of buying local, many people are rediscovering the benefits of preserving fruit at home. Concerns over food origin, additives and preservatives are driving this trend and in just 20 minutes you can enjoy fresh produce all year long. Watch this how to video to learn more about picking fresh food and the preservation process.

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