Homemade Living (Hardcover)
Canning & Preserving with Ashley English: All You Need to Know to Make Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Chutneys & More
Lark Books (NC), 9781600594915, 135pp.
Publication Date: April 6, 2010
About the Author
Praise For Homemade Living: Canning & Preserving with Ashley English: All You Need to Know to Make Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Chutneys & More…
"A comprehensive and indispensible guide for preserving and enjoying the bounty of your local harvest. In it you will find the tools and inspiration needed to can with confidence and ease." – Terry Walters, author of CLEAN FOOD "Accessible, thorough, and visually pleasing, this is a useful primer for beginners and a helpful brief reference for the more experienced. Highly recommended." - Library Journal “Ashley English is the how-to voice of a new DIY movement." - Erik Knutzen and Kelly Coyne, founders of Homegrown Evolution and authors of The Urban Homestead "An approach to urban homesteading that inspires both action and admiration." – Grace Bonney, founder of Design*Sponge "The Homemade Living series is beautiful, in both aesthetics and intention. A friendly introduction to simpler living that people in barns and brownstones alike can appreciate." – Jenna Woginrich, author of Made from Scratch and blogger for Mother Earth News and The Huffington Post "Beautifully designed and laid out with lush, full-color photographs and illustrations. Ashley knows her stuff and you will too after reading her books." - Mother Nature Network “Perfect for the aspiring urban farmer on your list!...Tons of gorgeous photos, troubleshooting tips, and recipes makes these books a must have addition to any gardener's bookshelf.” -Re-Nest “What I love most about this series is how Ashley presents all of these could-be-complicated subjects in a way that's achievable and encouraging. It all feels totally doable...not to mention fun and fresh in the way she shares it all.” - Amanda Soule, Author of The Creative Family and Handmade Home, Found of the popular blog Soule Mama
"Ashley English is one of the hardest working women in the homemade movement that I know." - Food in Jars