|Oils and Vinegars|
|by Jean-Francois Plante|
Oils and vinegars are too often regarded as a modest ingredient used only to sprinkle on salads.
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Wash, core and slice peppers. Arrange in ... and coat with olive oil; sprinkle with ... bottom of a canning jar and sprinkle ... for 2 weeks before using.
Wash peppers. and slice ... Do not forget the oil. The oil is the secret. For a clear liquid, use white vinegar; for the best flavor, use cider vinegar.
Mix vegetables and ... tomato paste, sugar, canning salt, olive oil, and in ... 1/2 inch space from the top and process in hot water bath for 15 minutes.
Wash peppers. Slice into ... Add garlic, add oil to oregano to ... Check in day or two and add oil, if needed, to cover peppers. Refrigerate jars until use.
Mix all ingredients and heat to a boil. Pour into hot jars and seal. Do not put in hot water bath.
Fill pint jars with sliced peppers. In each ... and 1 teaspoon olive oil. Bring to ... 1 quart water and pinch of sugar. Pour over peppers and seal jars.
Dice peppers and celery finely, ... drain. Cut up olives and add to ... the vinegar and oil. Set aside ... into small jars, cap and store in refrigerator.
Wash, half and cook tomatoes. (Add 2 cups of water to cook tomatoes in) until cooked down enough to run through food mill. Let set overnight. Skim ...
Slice hot peppers (use rubber gloves!!) ... and 2 cups canning salt. Let set ... drain well. Slice olives and add to ... Bring to boil oil and vinegar. Add ... a boiling water bath.
Bring to a ... each jar of peppers (cold pack): If ... larger quantity is being made, process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes, leaving 1/4" headspace.
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