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.

Steve G 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?