Saturday, November 11, 2006

Something Smells Good



"What did you do today?" he asks.



16 comments:

Damselfly said...

Wow, that's awesome. I helped my mom and aunt make applesauce once when I was a kid, and that was a lot of work. (We even picked the apples at a nearby orchard.)

Now, making your own ketchup, *that* was just insanity....

Anonymous said...

Yum....can I come over?

Leslie said...

Oh, I always loved canning with my Mom. Looks yummy!

Anonymous said...

Ohhh yum, this looks wonderful :)

Anonymous said...

Impressive. Looks tasty.

Anonymous said...

Have to have some pork chops with that. Both of my grandmothers were into canning. Amazing the work that goes into it.

mar said...

Wonderful! I can almost smell it and it's just pure delight!

J said...

Mmmmm. I'll bet your house smells heavenly. :)

Michelle said...

Hi Michelle, thanks for stopping by my blog :o)

That apple sauce looks delicous!

dink said...

Oh my! I love how those jars look all lined up!

And what a cute little kiddo standing there with the shy smile--your helper?

Anonymous said...

All I can say is Mmmmm!!!

By the way, your kitchen is absolutely immaculate!

kim in mi said...

WOW!

I'm impressed.

Beats my lame day hands-down!

Anonymous said...

I just had a flashback of collecting small tart apples from the yard of my grandmother's house and making applesauce with her. Such a wonderful memory!

Waya said...

Wow Michelle!! I'm not worthy! Four kids and you managed to do that in a day? I'm utterly impressed. I have much to learn from you!

Molly said...

ooooh yum... apples are in season, aren't they? i've been inspired just now ;)

Anonymous said...

So, do you have a recipe you are going to post for this one? Or have you already?