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Weck Jars & Peaches (+ Giveaway!!!)


Sometimes I can be a creature of habit. It’s true. There are certain dining destinations in the area, with a vast array of delicious menu options, wherein I often end up ordering the same dish, time after time. Why mess with a good thing, I say? Fortunately, my spouse couldn’t be possessed of a more opposing mindset. He’s always dabbling, always down for a new thing, always game to experiment.

Which is how I’ve ended up using canning jars with metal screw bands and flat lids for years and years. They’re what I was used to, what I knew. Other options, with their glass lids, rubber bands, and metal clamps were foreign and, often, pricey. So it was, naturally, my husband, always down for something new, who proved to be the catalyst of change in my home canning endeavors. He returned one day last year from a stop to pick up chicken feed from our friend Natalie’s homesteading supply store Small Terrain with an array of Weck jars. Admittedly, they are quite pretty, and we both knew Natalie had a wonderful Weck selection, so it seemed like the time was nigh to move out of my comfort zone and try something different.

I’m so glad I took the leap. Weck jars come in a variety of lovely shapes and sizes, and just like the Mason jars those of us here in the states have become so accustomed to, permitted the jars don’t have scratches or nicks, can be used again and again. The rubber gasket/band does need to be replaced each time, though, which is also similar to the need to replace lids used in Mason jars per canning session.

And then serendipity struck. You all know how much I love serendipity. It’s as though the universe gently knocks on your door, whispering, “Hey, it’s alright. I know things seem chaotic and discordant and wonky, but there really is order permeating everything. It’s cool.” I received tandem emails a few weeks ago from Annie at Mighty Nest about hosting a Weck giveaway and Jamie at Sweet Preservation about being a canbassador again and receiving a shipment of Washington State stone fruit for preserving.

Since I’ve long been a fan of the two, preserving the stone fruits of Washington in lovely Weck jars seemed like a match made in canning heaven. If you’re not familiar with Mighty Nest, I encourage you to get to know them. Here’s their mission statement: Our passion is making it easier for families to live healthier, better lives. We are a one-stop online shop with 1,000+ healthy, natural products, while providing fun, educational content and fostering a community of caring parents. Sweet Preservation, as detailed by their website, is: a community-oriented endeavor of the Northwest cherry growers and soft fruit growers of Washington state aimed at promoting home preservation of Northwest grown stone fruits among North American consumers. The website serves as a go-to resource for canning and freezing stone fruits, offering how-to-tips, unique recipes, health information, customizable canning jar labels and more. See why I like the two so much?

Over the weekend, I put up batches of Honeyed Spiced Peaches (some jars got cinnamon sticks and whole cloves while others received a couple star anise-I love that I only used local South Carolina peaches, our own honey, water, and whole spices and nothing else here!) and my Peach Lavender Butter (the recipe is in Canning & Preserving). Most of the loot went into Weck jars Annie sent, but several also went into Kilner jars she’d also shipped to me, which are equally lovely. Clamp-top lids are so very pretty, yes? Yes!

But why keep all things lovely jar beauty to myself? Why not share it with you?! Yes! You! Today, in partnership with Mighty Nest, I’m hosting a giveaway for 18 Weck jars. Pictured in the Rafflecopter image below, the giveaway includes: Six mini Tulip jars (7.4 ounce volume), Six 1/4 Liter jars (12.5 ounce volume), and Six 1/2 Liter jars (19.6 ounce volume).

How exciting! To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment below, saying what you’d like to can in these gorgeous jars, if they were yours. You’ll also see additional ways of increasing your chances of winning, as listed in the Rafflecopter below. The contest will run for one week, concluding next Monday, August 19th, at noon EST and is open to U.S. residents only. The Rafflecopter helps both Mighty Nest and I keep track of entries. It’s a new format for me, so we’ll just treat it as the experiment that it is.

Thanks to Mighty Nest and Sweet Preservation for their generosity! Here’s to serendipity, trying new things, and putting food in jars!!!
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NOTE: The giveaway is now closed for commenting. Thank you so very much to everyone that participated. The very lucky Claire Mueller was our winner! Enormous rivers are gratitude are flowing in the direction of Mighty Nest for sponsoring this epic giveaway!!! 

386 Responses to Weck Jars & Peaches (+ Giveaway!!!)

  • Courtney says:

    Peaches in vanilla bean syrup and/or apple butter!

  • I’m hoping to make a couple batches of zucchini relish and corn relish in the next couple weeks, and I know it would look fantastic in those Weck jars!

    • Jess says:

      Is there a recipe you use for the zucchini relish?

      • jan canyon says:

        Here’s my Zucchini relish recipe

        Grind 10 c. zucchini, 4 c. onions, 2 lg. red bell peppers, and 4 carrots
        Put all into a large bowl, add 3 TB Kosher salt, coer with cold water and let stand overnight.
        The next day, drain and rinse in cold water, drain.
        Place into a large pot.
        5 c. sugar
        2 1/2 c. vinegar
        1 TB Tumeric
        1 TB mustard seed
        1 TB nutmeg
        1 TB celery seed
        2 Tsp. black pepper
        Simmer for 30 minutes.
        Pack into hot jars, seal and process 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Makes 5 pints.
        This is a gorgeous and delicious relish.

  • Meryl says:

    Maraschino cherries and blueberry jam! I’ve been itching to do both!

  • Melanie J says:

    Blackberry jam is next on my list, plus it’s almost apple butter season! Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Jessica says:

    Oh your peach preserves look gorgeous, and the weck jars are lovely, too. I’d love to make a batch of peach butter with honey and thyme, and our pears will be ready soon, so perhaps a spiced pear butter. I’m eliminating refined sugars from my diet, and always experimenting with natural sweeteners.

  • Sarah says:

    Oh, aren’t they beautiful! I have figs coming my way this week and would love to put a batch of fig jam with cardamom & rosewater into lovely Weck jars.

  • Leah says:

    I’d like to do some pickling: I’m thinking nectarines, garlic, green tomatoes and cucumbers! (not together)

  • carolyn manney says:


  • Sacha Joy says:

    I’m getting ready to reduce down the beautiful plums from the front yard into a thick dark purple plum butter, just as soon as they get ripe. I’ve always been curious about trying Weck jars, but am – like you- a creature of habit when it comes to canning and simultaneously a bit of a cheapskate.

  • Stefanie says:

    I’d like to make blueberry key lime jam, kumquat marmalade, and strawberry honey jelly (my favorite) in these jars. Well, at least those, but a ton others come to mind too.

  • oukay says:

    The peach and lavender butter is something I would like to try again, especially in these lovely jars!

  • Kristin says:

    I’ve got 15 pounds of just picked blackberries from our friends’ farm that would love to turn into jam! (They will wait patiently in the freezer…) Thanks for the opportunity!

  • amanda says:

    oh I’d make some cardamom spiced pear butter. or more blackberry jam. fingers crossed for these beauties!

  • jonquil says:

    I would put up spiced plum jam (Grandchild #2’s fave) & Autumn chutney for myself :)

  • Torrey says:

    I’d like to use the jars for jam or applesauce – both favorites of my two and four year old. Thanks for the chance!

  • sarah says:

    i really would like to do some salsa and apple sauce. i think i’m finished with jam but maybe just some canned peaches as well :)

  • Mandi C says:

    I’ve been wanting to try these for a while now, but just like you I’m so comfortable using metal lids and bands. I would use these for many things but I think blueberry preserves would be especially pretty in them!

  • Liene says:

    With fall coming I’m sure they would get used right away when I start making applesauce and apple butter. Thanks for the chance.

  • Maria says:

    Holy Cow! This is a fabulous giveaway! Woohoo!! I’ve also been wanting to try the Weck jars. I started using the Tattler lids a while ago, but I really love the look of the Weck jars. And that there is nothing disposable!

  • Corina Andariese says:

    I would can salt cured lemon slices, orange marmalade, and habanero peach jam.

  • Aly says:

    Love to make old fashion pickles!

  • Marilla says:

    I want to make some lavender honey, corn & black bean salsa, and more habanero or hot pepper jelly. Love the Weck jars- they’re so beautiful!

  • sarah r lavigne says:

    blueberry jam

  • Kristin says:

    Picked okra for snacking and picked cucumbers for sandwiches! And experimental honey-sweetened jams and butters!

  • Anoush says:

    I’ve never used Weck jars before, but I’d probably use them for pickled carrots or some other sort of “specialty” pickle :-)

  • Terry says:

    Raspberry jam! Wouldn’t that deep red jam look beautiful in Weck jars?

  • Cindy says:

    I would share these jars with my sister-in-law. She makes the best pickled peppers to slather on a sandwich!

  • Beth says:

    Since I just got my bulk of lavender buds in the mail I would love to put up your recipe of Lavender Peach Butter! Yummm….

  • Alicia says:
  • noel miller says:

    I would love to can some spiced peaches from our peach tree!

  • Megan M says:

    Peaches, peaches and more peaches! Just got a bushel from the farmers market in Asheville!

  • Amelia says:

    At this point in the season, I think spiced peach butter is the only preserve I have left – woo hoo! Weck jars are the prettiest – thanks for a lovely giveaway!

  • Solducky says:

    Applesauce, tomato jam, sweet relish, you name it!

  • Melissa says:

    oh, i do love weck jars! my favorite thing to put in them is apricot jam.

  • Kate says:

    oh, so many things! I haven’t done any peaches yet this year (I’ve been too busy eating them!), so that’s probly first on the list. And then…we’ll see :)

  • Jodi Monroy says:

    I’d like to make fancy things that make good gifts!

  • Valerie McCarthy says:

    I would love to can ginger peach jam made with peaches from our farmer’s market! I haven’t made any yet this year, but have been loving fresh peaches.

  • Hannah says:

    Hot sauce, corn relish, blackberry jam and more!

  • Stephanie McFarland Ravenberg says:

    I would looooooooove to can peaches, homemade apple butter and carrot putting in these jars.

  • Sarah says:

    I love my Weck jars! And you definitely do NOT need to replace the rubber gasket each time. I’ve literally never replaced one and my jars seal without fail, using 2-year-old gaskets. I’ll replace them when they crack, otherwise it’s just a waste.

  • stasha says:

    I would can bachelor jam in these beauties! It’d make great Christmas gifts!

  • Megan says:

    Jewel colored jams :)

  • KJ says:

    Blackberry jam!

  • darah says:

    Hopefully some peaches, but I need to get in gear! We’re short on jam this year too – how did that happen? Such pretty jars!

  • Laura says:

    Pickles and maybe some homemade salsa??? Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

  • Such a great capture of summer.

  • LauraM says:

    I found a new recipe for orange thyme jam that I have been wanting to try and family always loves receiving some of my strawberry jam for the holidays. I’ve also been wanting to branch out in the fruit preserves this year and find something unique to do with apricots. I love using Wreck jars for preserves that I’ll be giving as gifts as it add a nice touch!

  • Devin Rose says:

    Peaches and apple butter!

  • Kira says:

    blackberry jam! pickles!

  • Kadi says:

    I have to admit… I wouldn’t just be using these jars for canning. My office job is pretty monotonous and dull.. so to spice things up, I retreat during lunch time. I take time out of my day to set up a pretty little display by a large window so I can escape the claws of my compliance files. I think I’d be prone to bringing a nice orzo salad and a few side dishes in a few of these jars. As for canning… I cannot wait for something quintessentially fall-like – apple butters and homemade peanut butters… Mmm!

  • Maggie says:

    I love wenk jars especially for jams. Blueberry is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Amanda says:

    I love Weck jars… We can all of our water bath goodies in them… Plus use them for homemade fruit on the bottom yogurt. Beautiful.

  • jessica says:

    I have never owned any Weck jars, but I have wanted to since I saw them in Europe. What I want to make is homemade BBQ sauce. My family loves BBQ, and I hate all the sugar and junk that go into the store brands.

  • Stephanie says:

    Pickled garlic, pickles, salsas, mustard, spices, fruit preserves! I would probably go on a spree and can anything I could :)

  • Janet Brown says:

    Apple butter, pear butter, and more yellow tomato jam with basil if I can find more yellow tomatoes.

  • jen says:

    I haven’t technically “canned” anything in Weck yet, but I did make an awesome lavender vanilla scrub with turbinado sugar and coconut oil! It smelled so good!

  • Kate says:

    My watermelon radishes just came out of the ground and need to be pickled; and soon the fennel will be ready – Pickled Fennel with Orange and Mint. Last, I have carrots spilling out of the ground and the fridge so at least some need to become North Indian Carrot Pickles to eat with Dal later this winter.

  • Michelle says:

    would love to make my homemade yogurt in these! beautiful

  • kristi says:

    Would love to try these. Maybe not even to can, just to store pretty things like herbs.

  • Kat says:

    These jars sure are purdy! This year, I’m hoping to make some pickled beets. Mmm..

  • Beth says:

    I love to can poached whole seckel pears in Weck jars – beautiful!

  • GardenFresh says:

    I’m super excited for ‘tomato seconds’ season at my local farm stand so I can stock up and make my favorite sweet and spicy tomato-ginger jam. I make it every year and canning them in Weck jars (which I’ve always thought were so pretty but couldn’t afford) would make things a bit more interesting this year :)

  • Peggy Sorensen says:

    It’s almost time to harvest Prickly Pear tunas (fruit) so I will be making Prickly Pear jelly! It’s a beautiful, rich bright red color so it will look so awesome in these Weck jars!!!

  • Leah says:

    Huckleberry Jam!

  • Yael says:

    Love this! My favorite would probably be peach jam as well! :)

  • Jennifer says:

    all things peaches…..ummmm

  • Liz says:

    peach salsa…. divine!!

  • heather says:

    raspberry preserves from this fall’s harvest

  • Samantha says:

    I would use them to can salsa with my very first tomato harvest! and maybe some jam, because we are big jam eaters around here.

  • Heather says:

    Weck jars are so lovely! I would totally put raspberry and blackberry jam in them. Or salsa.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  • sharon d. says:

    I would so love these! Thank you for the opportunity. I cannot wait for harvesting plums to make Plum Butter and I would love to make Salted Butterscotch Peach Jam again this year too :)

  • john hutchens says:

    I would like to use them for blueberry jam and rosehip jelly

  • jean says:

    I would definitely create a fig preserve to fill those beautiful jars.

  • Lynn Spencer says:

    I’d love to can my cardamom pear compote in these beautiful jars! Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Jenifer says:

    What won’t I use these for.

  • Hikergurl says:

    I would love put some spicy ketchup in that beautiful glass.

  • Sarah says:

    Your peaches look so beautiful! I just started canning last year and the first (and best!) thing I made was peach rosemary jam. That is what I would put in those beautiful jars.

  • erin says:


  • carol says:

    Peach raspberry jam!

  • chelsea says:

    I haven’t canned before but I am just starting to learn and very excited and a tad overwhelmed by it and I really want to make homemade jam, maybe raspberry. Salsa would be great too. I think Weck jars are just lovely.

  • JamieK says:


  • Alicia says:

    Tomato jam… It’s something new for me

  • Aimee says:

    That peach lavender butter looks divine; I’d love to try that! And with apple season just around the corner, oh boy! Spiced apple butter, here I come!

  • Kacey says:

    I’m dying to try my hand at my grandmother’s cinnamon candy apple butter. These would be perfect for that!

  • Kelly says:

    Anything jelly or dill :)

  • Christine says:

    This is my first year really canning and I’m waiting for all my tomatoes to ripen; I would definitely be filling these with tomato sauce, relish and ketchup!

  • deneen says:

    I would love to can anything & everything in weck jars!!

  • Signe says:

    Saucy tomatoes! Rhubarb jam and honey and salsas to share with family and friends!

  • Ann says:

    Yellow tomato basil jam and sweet red pepper jam. So beautiful in the Weck jars! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  • CindyK says:

    Tomato salsa jam. It would look gorgeous in Weck jars!

  • jodi says:

    Raspberry rosewater jam, black/blueberry jam, Sungold tomato jam… and anything else I dream up or get my hands on! Thanks for sharing!

  • amber m. says:

    Jams, applesauce, fermented green beans, tomato sauce, everything!!

  • Lilly says:


  • Doug says:

    I would love to put some fresh Virginia peaches in those jars. I would also like to try sweet cherries. I used to have those as a kid. My mom and grandmother would preserve them, and they would taste so good in the “off season”.

  • Apricot jam and salsa. Not together though. Well, on second thought, apricot salsa sounds delicious.

  • Jennifer says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! I’d love to can strawberry jam in them. I love going to the strawberry fields every year with my family. The smell in the air is just divine. Opening up the jars of jam and smelling the delicious strawberries brings a little bit of summer back into our home when it’s cold. :-)

  • Sara L says:

    Peace marmalade would be a marvelous canning adventure!

  • Tara says:

    sweet tart cherry compote!

  • Oh those jars are so lovely! I would love to can cherry pie filling, peaches, honeyed apricots, tomato sauce, jam, etc in them! The only thing I’ve canned so far this summer is some mixed fruit jam. I might get to apple sauce later on when the apples come in, but I usually freeze that. Certain fruits that I am used to having in abundance while living in WA are in short, hard to find supply here in MT. There are many other great things about MT, though! Ooh, huckleberry syrup would be great canned in those jars!

  • Dawne Forrester says:

    Weck jars are so gorgeous, everything looks good in them, from relish to sugar scrubs :)

  • Nichole says:

    Yellow tomato peach jam !

  • Ashley says:

    What beautiful jars! A friend gave me a fabulous recipe for pear butter and I’ve been making it for several years now. It would look lovely canned in these jars.

  • Patricia says:

    I would can incredible fresh sweet peaches AND something new, chicken soup – someone sent me a recipe for the soup and then included the information on how they can it. I can’t wait to give it a try.

  • Claudette Hoyt says:

    I have enjoyed your blog for a long time now, and have just subscribed. I have been canning for a long time (over 40 years! yikes), anyway time to try new ways!! They are beautiful jars. I think my first try with them would be jams. Also Huxley is the cutest :)

  • Jessica says:

    Oooo. I have 5 quarts of wild blackberries and 4 lbs of peaches to make into jam… :)

  • Hi! I also love those jars; I must confess I put so many things in them and have them out on my counter because they are so great looking. I have baking soda in one, my soap making supplies, carob choc chips, oats, raisons, home made moisturizer cream…each time I go to the right store I buy a couple, even the small one’s which sit empty because they are so cute!
    Like you, I have peaches that are waiting their turn and probably getting impatient. Wish I had your honey, peach recipe, is it in your canning book. I am very interested in acquiring that book of yours, soon. Finally getting some red tomatoes, so sauce is next. Have a good day! Sarah

  • Grace says:

    habanero peach jelly sounds tasty….pick me, pick me!!!

  • Amy P. says:

    I’d love to can some of those honey spiced peaches you made…or maybe some cinnamon pickles. Yum!

  • Casey Rohter says:

    I would love to make a fragrant lavender lemon curd with lavender from my garden. Your lavender peach butter was a little flash of inspiration. Thank you.

  • sharon says:

    Tomatoes! Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Katie B says:

    I’d love to can some lovely okra pickles! a true southern favorite and something i don’t do often :)

  • Adah says:

    Figs are ripening in the piedmont as we speak!

  • Sarah Keller says:

    my grandma’s pickled mushrooms and lots of apple butter!!!

  • Joyce says:

    mango habanero jam, pickled hot peppers, pickled garlic (Korean style), to begin with, who knows what else!

  • Linden says:

    tomato confit

  • Eleanor says:

    I think homemade salsa would be lovely in these jars!

  • Jenn Haynes says:

    Jam, I must can jam in those beautiful jars!

  • Courtney says:

    Tart Cherries for pie!

  • Jenice says:

    I am VERY new to canning. Started for the first time last year with tomatoes. This year I tried peaches too. These jars would definitely come in handy since I am still expanding my tools.

  • Felicia says:

    The backyard blackberries are rockin’ right now, so I’d put up some blackberry jam. Love love love Weck jars!

  • Ksenija says:

    Oh, how I wish that all of your books are available in the Netherlands!

  • Lisa says:

    I have never canned before but would really like to try it!! Pickles will be first :)

  • Shannon says:

    Elderberry syrup!

  • Julie says:

    Beautiful food deserves beautiful jars!! The blackberries are perfect right now, and the peaches too! Soon there will be tomatoes!

  • Molly says:

    I have cherries that I would love to turn into cherry pie filling!

  • Dorin Campbell says:

    I’ve never really canned before but my friend is coming by this weekend to teach to me make his Magic Raspberry jam.

  • Robyn says:

    Tomato jam or peach jelly!?, these jars ar beautiful

  • Jennifer says:

    These beautiful jars elevate everything. I have one set of Weck jars, small jam sized one and they bring extra elegance to the table. I’d love to have another set for homemade catsup….a vessel worthy of a most time consuming and labor intensive preserve!

  • Judy says:

    These would be so perfect for fig, bourbon and vanilla bean jam. And the figs are ALMOST ready.

  • Jamie Warner says:

    So beautiful. What a fantastic giveaway. Thank you!

  • Carol says:

    I’m new to canning but I’m loving jam and looking forward to canning peaches really soon!

  • Susan says:

    I recently tried caramelized onion relish from Food In Jars- so great and pretty in a Weck Jar!

  • Donnetta says:

    I would like to do applesauce, apricot jam and pickles.

  • Amy says:

    Hmmm….. Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes!!! And pears for fall…. Oh, and quince paste!!

  • Deena says:

    Peaches, if they’re still around.

  • Marie says:

    blackberry jam!

  • Lori Wight says:

    I would love to can some Apricot-Pineapple jam in these Weck Jars.

  • Veronica Moran says:

    I’d love to have these jars for strawberry jam! That would be so pretty in these canning jars!

  • AbbyK says:

    Pear butter would be the bomb on these jars. TY!!!!

  • Elizabeth says:

    I have a freezer full of 15 pints of black raspberries and strawberries! I would make a ton of preserves and black raspberry jam!

  • natalie radbill says:

    I would like to make tomato jam

  • Keely Murdoch says:

    I love canning and I love jars. I have never used the Weck jars but would so love to try.

  • Kem says:

    I would can either apple butter or applesauce from the trees in my small organic orchard.

  • Jenny says:

    They would sure make a jar of jam much prettier, regardless of the kind!!

  • Terri says:

    I have been collecting Weck jars for a number of years and love them dearly. I love the way pears and cherries look in the tulip jars.

  • Rebecca says:

    I want to can pickled figs, plum jam, and garden tomatoes!

  • tiphany zellers says:

    real question is what wouldn’t i do with these jars :)

  • krista c says:

    I always think I am doing too many tomatoes… until I run out in January. this year I will get it right! Tomato-palooza starts this Friday!!!

  • Sakura says:

    I love these jars! I have always wanted some.

  • Jennifer says:

    Apple butter and homemade BBQ sauce. Those jars are beautiful. Trying my hand at Tattler lids this year too.

  • sarah butler says:

    lemon, grapefruit, and orange curds!

  • Jessica D. says:

    I would love to can fresh plums and peaches with these gorgeous jars!

  • Betsy says:

    I would love to can salsa and strawberry jam

  • Jess says:

    I’m sitting on a recipe for green tomato chutney that would look lovely preserved in some Weck jars! Many thanks, Ashley!

  • Jen says:

    Peaches for sure!! Peach cobbler in a MN winter with homemade ice cream is divine!

  • Suzanne Barker says:

    Apricot jam with the last of the season and blackberry jam from the first of the season here in Oregon.

  • Serena says:

    Beautiful jars!

  • Claire says:

    I have a small collection of Weck Jars myself and am in desperate need of ordering some new rings for my jars!

  • Christy says:

    I would love to can nectarine jam in the Weck jars. I think it is a beautiful jam that would look even better for gifts in a Weck Jar.

  • Erica says:

    I would jar pickles. :)

  • Laura says:

    Peach preserves and spicy zucchini relish! In these jars they would make lovely thank you gifts for everyone who helped my family through a difficult time this summer.

  • Amanda says:

    I will get an orchard to make a lot of elegant looking butter…

  • Heather says:

    ooh–peach jam!

  • Rachel says:

    Peaches! I still miss my mom’s canned peaches from my childhood. Either that or dill (pickled) carrots…they’re the only thing I like pickled besides cucumbers.

  • Becky Hering says:

    Love the peaches, but I do mostly jams and jellies, blackberry,marionberry,raspberry would like to do some peach this year and apricot and plum

  • Jessica P. says:

    serrano pepper jelly all the way!

  • Heather says:

    I’ve always wanted to use the weck jars but have avoided it because of the price. They are lovely to look at though!

  • Christina says:

    Blessed with Georgia peaches down the road – this year I’m addicted to peach citrus marmalade and peach jam!

  • TC says:

    I would love to can blueberry jam

  • Kaye says:

    I just put up about 15 jars of pickles last night as well as 5 small jars of peach jam. Now on to tomatoes, carrots and beets!

  • alex says:

    Raspberry vanilla jam!! yummy!

  • Melissa B says:

    I have never used weck jars, but I would love to make some jam in them!!!

  • Bren says:

    Apple/pear vanilla butter

  • Mary says:

    Tomato jam would be so pretty in these jars!

  • jane says:

    onion jam and pickled garlic! yum

  • Kasia S Wilson says:

    blackberry jam! i love Weck jars for everything.

  • Emily M says:

    It would be hard to beat those peaches, although I have a big pile of apples coming soon.

  • Devon Hernandez says:

    Oh lovely Weck jars, how I want to can my 7-plum variety jam in you…

  • Barbara Nicoll says:

    I am canning blueberry jam today and it would look lovely in these jars! I just love them, especially nice for gifts!

  • Courtney says:

    Weck jars are the best jars to give if you’re trying to fancy up an edible gift package….they’re beautiful!

  • Leigh says:

    Pears are coming in shortly, so pear preserves, chutney, pear honey ! Thank you !

  • Tina Harralson says:

    I would love to put up Hot, Hot pepper jelly! Delicious on an egg sandwich.

  • Cristen says:

    fig jam!

  • marissa rozenski says:

    We are coming upon blueberry season here in Maine, and my annual haul of blueberry jam would LOVE to reside in Weck jars this year for a change!

  • Jason DeLaney says:

    I can see these as a beautiful way to display my Bog Blueberry Jam, my Spiced Red Plum Butter, and Thimbleberry Jam.

    I’d also love to see my Sour Pickles put up in some of those larger jars… or even better Giardiniera… Ohhhhh… possibilities are endless!

  • Erin says:

    Blueberry and raspberry jams are up next for me!

  • Heather Allen says:

    I have some cylinder Weck jars that are great for refrigerator pickles. I would love to do some blueberry jam, and tomatoes. Like someone else said – what wouldn’t I do with these jars?!

  • Cathy Harkness says:

    Blackberry jam would look great. Actually, ANYTHING would be wonderful in these pretty jars.

  • Jessie says:

    Need to replenish our salsa supplies, and the weck jars would be gorgeous to can in. Love the straight-sided jars — they’d be perfect for freezing in!

  • amanda says:

    I would love to make my black and blue citrus jam in them!

  • Joy Hudson says:

    I’d like to see my Blackberry Jam

  • CobyG says:

    I’d love to can some apple sauce!

  • Trissi V. says:

    Oh…I want to make pickles using those jars.

  • jan canyon says:

    Pears and pear honey plus some Elderberry jelly if the birds leave me some! I have never used
    Weck jars before but would love to try them.

  • Carrie says:

    Peaches with ginger syrup

  • Theresa says:

    Ooh, these are sooo pretty! I think I would can some mixed berry jam in some, peach butter in others, and maybe salsa in the remainder.

  • kathy cooper says:

    I love the look of those jars. I think I would can some peach preserves, blackberry jelly and tomato apple chutney. Thank you for taking the leap with these jars. I’ve thought that they are nice looking but wasn’t sure how they would turn out.

  • judys says:

    bacon jam
    tomato jam
    blueberry… anything

  • Peggy says:

    I’m dying to make some more fig jalapeno jam before the figs are gone. Made a small batch to test in case it was…too unique but it was amazing with cheese and crackers.

  • Kari K says:

    I think a strawberry vanilla jam would be fabulous in these jars.

  • Salmon! :)

  • Gloria says:

    Mustard!!!! and more tomato jam.

  • Courtney says:

    In my weck jars I usually can jams that are pretty colors (peach and strawberry are my favorite, black berry is good too) so when they are out on the table they can act as a centerpiece.

  • Crystal says:

    What great jars! They would be great for jam and for pickles.

  • Teruska says:


  • dee says:

    I love the look! And, the fact that it has glass lids like the old fashioned ones!!

  • Keri Miller says:

    I like to use them with fresh Alaskan (kid picked) berries!

  • Jessica says:

    I have 10 lbs of peaches coming on Friday and can’t wait to make a peach vanilla jam!

  • Nancy says:

    green tomato chutney!

  • Tanya Poterack says:

    Strawberry Jam!

  • yolande says:

    I dabble with tart cherry preserves in these jars…love them.

  • Stacy C says:

    I wonder how well my strawberry banana jam would do in them? Probably good. I’d also use them for pickles and some seasonal storage.

  • Chelsea says:

    I would make some sort of pickles!

  • Ashley D says:

    I would love to have some extra jars to can some tomatoes…tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, tomato paste…everything tomato related!

  • Melissa says:

    I’m just getting into canning, so anything is possible, and anything would look lovely in these beautiful jars!

  • Jo Athey says:

    I love the look of these jars! Peach pie jam would look fabulous in these & make terrific gifts!

  • Shelby says:

    Pepper relish would look pretty in these.

  • cat says:

    Those spiced peaches sound delightful! I’d love to do some sort of peach-preserving, with ginger!

  • Flip says:

    The jars are so pretty that storing things in them comes to mind when not using them for jams, jellies or sauces. Chutney would be great too.

  • Katie Frey says:

    We still have tons of cucumbers to make into pickles! I’d also like to try some jams!

  • jamie says:

    i love to use my weck jars for chutney because it looks so nice in them. they are the perfect container to scoop it out of and it looks so nice in there.

  • Ted S says:

    Dill pickles! The more the better.

  • Laura Bradham Frisch says:

    Salsa would be so pretty in them. As well as jams and jellies.

  • Rebecca Epstein says:

    Sweet Potato Butter!!!

  • Diana says:

    Because these jars are so pretty, I’d want to have them out on display, and think I’d can an assortment of things in them. This year, I have a new baby, so not much time for canning, but will be doing some pears soon, so those would be the first things to go into them!

  • Art & Lemons says:

    More apricot jam (with vanilla bean and St. Germain liqueur) plus salsa and bruschetta.

  • Erin says:

    Pickled carrots!

  • christienne says:

    I haven’t had any yet but if I win I will think of something to can in them!!

  • Jenny Hartin says:

    I love Weck jars. I’d like to can peaches.

  • Whitney says:

    I love to put chutneys in weck jars… they looks so lovely all glistening with big chunks of fruit!

  • Natalie says:

    My friend’s mother use to make an awesome spicy ginger peach jam (and would mail me a jar every year). She has passed and I never got the recipe. I would use these jars to recreate her recipe (or at least attempt to).

  • Brenda says:

    Blackberry jam!

  • Leigh says:

    Awesome jars and giveaway! I’m not a canner yet, but would love to learn and can anything from your book! Until then, they could hold beautiful fermented foods, such as salsa and purple jalapeno garlic kraut. Thanks for the chance!

  • John says:

    I have always wanted to try working with these jars, hopefully I will be able to do so soon!

  • Pomegranate jelly and hot pepper jelly!

  • Vanessa says:

    I’ve got a crazy amount of peaches that need preserving!

  • Helen Sarakinos says:

    this is an easy answer: plum-star anise jam. And lots if it!

  • Heather Little says:

    I would love to ut up some strawberry preserves in these for gifts .

  • Cynthia says:

    They look to be of good quality and so useful. I would be using them constantly

  • Meg says:

    Anything I’m not going to give away! Ha ha!

  • Freddie says:

    Sweet and spicy pepper relish! It is delicious.

  • Marivene says:

    I would bottle peach slices, peach jam & peach pickles in those beautiful jars!

  • Lillian says:

    So great!! I’d love to use them for jam-making:)

  • Beth Abels says:

    Green Walnut Katsup, Tunas (prickly pair) Jam, Nopales, Grape Leaves, and maybe if I have enough lemon cucumber pickles!


  • Sarah says:

    Everything looks better in a Weck jar.

  • Alyssa says:

    Oh I’d can peaches, pears, tomatoes…. the list could go on and on! Right now I’m in some kind of tomato crazy mode making sure not one goes to waste!

  • Oooh, peach jam’s going in there.

  • tawnya says:

    My jam. Blackberry apricot, specifically.

  • Michele J. says:

    I would put some lovely Autumn Fruit Jam in them!

  • Ashley says:

    Bread and butter pickles, salsa, zucchini relish, yum.

  • Elfie says:

    Apricot jam! It would be so pretty in these. I have a jalepeno pickle to do, but I don’t think that would be right for these. Might corrupt the gasket, too. But apricots! Maybe blackberries!

  • Sonya says:

    I would pickle some beets, carrots and/or okra in the bigger jars; tomato and/or peach/lavender jam in the smaller jars. Delish.

  • beth says:

    I am learning a new jelly made with organic juice to put into the fair

  • Erin says:


  • Carrie says:

    I’d love to make a fig and honey jam that I just saw posted somewhere!

  • Donna says:

    I would love to see my chili sauce in those beautiful jars.

  • Joyce Zaleski says:

    I would love to jar jams…many, many kinds of fruit jams. :)

  • Angela says:

    A family recipes of herbed hot peppers in oil… yes, oil. I make them every year and each time all of the jars are claimed. I adore this recipe that was handed down from an old Italian lady who ran a restaurant in my mother’s hometown in Ohio. These peppers on fresh bread — I could live on it all winter!

  • Jennifer L says:

    I have several pounds of blueberries in the freezer waiting to be jammed!!!

  • Elizabeth says:

    Apricot Jam, Apple butter & pear butter!

  • Aubrey says:

    I would love to can pickled green beans and carrots, Jersey tomatoes, peach pie filling, and maybe even blueberries!

  • Kat Kraklio says:

    I need some pretty jars to jar up some Peaches and tomatoes we are getting on Monday. These would be perfect!

  • Beth Altman says:

    I love to use the jars for syrups and jellies. They would make beautiful gifts… nothing is better than homemade canned gifts!

  • Joann says:

    Peach Jam is next on my list!

  • Emily L Dzek says:

    There isn’t anything really that I wouldn’t put in these jars. In fact I have canned so much this year that I ran out of jars twice and had to go out and buy more. However, my favorite things to can are fish and relish! Thanks!

  • barbara says:

    I’m crazy overboard on jam this summer (nearly 90 half pints!), I would probably do some stewed tomatoes. Or maybe applesauce.

  • stacy ito says:

    strawberry jam with lavender
    strawberry curd
    fig and basalmic spread
    apple butter

  • Rhonda says:

    Anything would look great in these jars!!

  • melody green says:

    peaches and apple butter

  • susan gortva says:

    I do need more jars. I save my food and for some reason don’t eat it quick enough or just do need more jars cause we all love to eat. O.K. hope I win.

  • Corrie says:

    I would follow in my mom and her mom’s northwest goodness and can spiced applesauce, tomatoes for sauce, jam and peaches.

  • Sarah says:

    I’ve never used weck but I’ve always wanted to, thanks for the chance to win!

  • Pamela says:

    I would try canning pickled carrots, just sounds like a good veggie for a change.

  • Aeron says:

    Blackberries from the empty lot next door. They are almost ripe!

  • Jennifer Miller says:

    Well since most of the fruit trees in Colorado got frozen/frosted in April and there is minimal fruit I’ll have to either buy some or make a lot of pickles!

  • Tonya Thomas says:

    I have always wondered how to incorporate these type of jars in canning. I remember them as a kid, and just loved them. Well except for the old style ones snapping my fingers..haha. If given the opportunity, We have a great apple harvest coming, and I LOVE to pickle everything. Relishes and Apple sauce for sure in these gorgeous jars :-)

  • Kelly Fern says:


  • Laura Sunderman says:

    Backyard bounty all goes in jars unless it’s going to be eaten right away. Lots of new recipes waiting to be tried!

  • JulieAnne says:

    Would love to put my apple butter in these gorgeous jars.

  • Amanda Huddleston says:

    Golly! I don’t know what i would put in them, but they sure are pretty!

  • Karen says:

    I would love to put up roasted tomato sauce, salsa, and applesauce in these awesome jars

  • Brian Sears says:

    I have tons of blackberry’s waiting to be made into a Jam

  • Nikki mccall says:

    I would can Salsa in weck jars so I could serve from the jar at crisp picnics and neighboehood gatherings!

  • angela says:

    I totally love Weck Jars. I would have to think about what to put in them…maybe some apple butter or cranberries…oh I guess I can’t wait for fall, too!!!

  • Miriam says:

    I live near the beach so I’ve been planning to can something from beach rose hips!

  • Natasha says:

    Brandied Plums for sure!

  • Molly says:

    Apple butter and blackberry jam and applesauce

  • Teri Reynhout says:

    This is my first year canning…i’ve done about 40 jars of blueberry jam so far, and the berries are still going strong! I have quite the tomato collection too, so blueberries and tomatoes for sure!

  • Sharon H. says:

    I would love to make a batch of spaghetti sause, for my granddaughter Amy, it’s her favorite dish. the jars are so beautiful. MY granddaughter is Amy is learning how to cook and can with me :)

  • Penny Ann Carlisle says:

    These jars look great! I’d like to try using them. I like
    pickling veggies.

  • Deb C says:

    Because I think Weck Jars are beautiful and decorative, I like to use them for food that will be out on the table, like jams and jellies or preserved fruit. I also take melon balls of different colors layered into a Weck Jar to work for a snack.

  • kate-v says:

    The neighbor’s peach tree is going great, our Fuji apple is loaded and the tomatoes and cucumbers are popping out like crazy. Also, there are only two of us now so the smaller jar – instead of the quart of which I have so many – is just too big. I’d can some nice peach preserves and toward the end of peach season start a bourbon-peach sauce – after all it’s getting toward the cold weather again and that’s when I like a bourbon-fruit sauce and it needs a little lead time. The apples — they are great right off the tree, but we cannot eat that many and I cannot resist apple sauce or apple butter in bread. Cucumbers: make pickles of course – even now I keep them on hand in the refrigerator made fresh for snacking or just as a side at the table. Tomatoes canned fresh or cooked down for sauce just waiting to be turned in spaghetti sauce or soup or put into a winter stew sets me dreaming about cold weather suppers. My grandma used to put up what she called chilli sauce – made with tomatoes, onions and apples that is out of this world – sometimes I use other sweet fruits in addition to or instead of the apples. That some of of the canning I’d do with these beautiful jars. Good luck to all who enter and may your canning deliciously feed you in the months to come.

  • Erin R. says:

    We always manage to get our hands on some backyard apples in the fall and I’ll make a nice, big batch of apple butter in my little Weck jars. Love them!

  • Brandy says:

    I’ve never used Weck jars, but I do need to make some more cranberry sauce.

  • Jules says:

    I’d like to pickle tomatoes in these

  • Patty says:

    Truly, Weck jars are so pretty that I wouldn’t just use them for canning ~ though I’d use them for that, too! We store everything in glass, because living in the tropics brings lots of bugs! My only Weck jar is sitting next to my stove right now full of local sea salt. It needs some more friends!

  • dona says:

    I’ve always admired Weck jars and been afraid of them. Why? Ridiculous. We’re in high stone fruit season in my area and I’d love to make some peach jam in these lovely jars!

  • Kendra says:

    Going peach picking this weekend and looking to can some peaches in vanilla syrup for my son to take in his lunches at KINDERGARTEN!!!

  • Ooh la la…I’m waiting for pears to ripen so I’m thinking my ginger pear preserves would look lovely in those!

  • Ann says:

    These jars are lovely. I would like to can pickled pears, fresh from a neighbor, in these beauties.

  • kat chapman says:

    Blackberry jam or whatever is in season!

  • mandy hunsaker says:

    I love to can Strawberry Jam in my Weck jars. I want to do Salsa too, hopefully it turns out.

  • Tina A says:

    I’ve got peach jam and apple butter up next on my canning queue!!

  • Shaunna says:

    apricot preserves or habanero corn relish or peach chutney would all look beautiful! Thanks for the chance!

  • Sweta says:

    lots and lots of pickles

  • Rebecca Hill says:

    I would love to get the recipe for my grandmother’s “priceless” apricot jam, and put that in the jars. I think she has a version with hot peppers, too.

  • Tiffany says:

    I would be very selfish with the weck jars and use them for fig preserves knowing full well that the kids will not eat them (cue evil laugh…muhahaha). Every time we’d open a jar, my husband and I would reminisce about our childless trip to Umbria where we reveled in the number of scrumptious dishes using fig preserves.

  • Christina Helms says:

    Jellies and jams!

  • Alexandra says:

    I would love to can some applesauce from our trees in these beautiful jars

  • Tracy Teague says:

    jellies, jams

  • Sara says:

    I haven’t canned before but am really wanting to! My son can’t have processed sugar so I need to make all his jams, and canning a bunch at once would make life easier.

  • Suzanne says:

    I would love to win and make some more pickles, My friend just helped me with my very first batch. So so good!

  • Erin O'Donnell says:

    I recently learned how to make jams and jellies and now I am a canning fool! Tomorrow I’m going to make Blueberry Jam and Santa Rosa Plum Jam. I’m obsessed with canning and would love a beautiful set of Weck jars to fuel my passion.

  • Lindsey F says:

    I just started canning. I’d love to get these jars and try some blackberry jelly. Then I would do some more strawberry jam.

  • Tracey says:

    I would love to use the jars for pear butter, cantaloupe preserves and sweet pickles.

  • Margot says:

    Blueberry basil lime preserves. Made some a couple weekends ago need more jars :)

  • Lisa says:

    Apple butter!

  • Jess Lamson says:

    Orchard fruit butter, roasted peach butter, raspberry jam and sweet pickle relish are what I’d most like to can right now! The Weck jars are so beautiful!

  • Laura says:

    Apple butter for Christmas presents…

  • Christine Kitson says:

    Would LOVE to win these jars!! they are so cute and dinky!

  • Katie P says:

    I would like to try them for the first time, I am just getting into canning, with a family of five, and I fell in love with the weck jars as soon as I saw them!

  • Candice L. Brake says:

    It has been awhile since I’ve done any canning but these jars are pretty enough to entice be back. I’d love to try some stone fruits.

  • Melissa says:

    I have never used these jars but I would love to give them a try with jam.

  • Kat says:

    I would love to can some jam, and maybe some apple butter, or maybe tomatoes, pickles, or salsa!

  • ronda m says:

    Love making jam! carrot cake jam is my favorite!

  • Lexy says:

    I love canning fruits and corn relishes in Weck — they look like jewels!

  • Rachel says:

    I would love to try these jars out! I love food in jars (leftovers, ferments, broth, fruits…) For jars this pretty I would use some for our honey, and some for chia seed jam.

  • Carrie Rock says:

    I sure would love to use these jars for some sweet, chin drippin peaches!

  • Peggy Green says:

    What wouldn’t I want to preserve in Weck jars? I’ve got a refrigerator full of cucumbers that need pickling, a freezer full of fruit from this seasons gluttonous harvest at my local u-pick berry farm, plus some beech rose hips that I collected on my vacation in Rhode Island. I was planning on making rose hip jam. Never done it before, but no harm done trying! I think the jam would look lovely in those Weck jars!

  • Alyson says:

    I think I’d start with tomatoes. I’ve never canned before!

  • holly says:

    Ohhh what beautiful jars! Thank you for the opportunity, I have always admired them. I would love to fill them with medicinal herbs and place them in my newly finished two hundred year old cabinet.

  • Vanessa Chesebro says:

    I cannot wait for fresh Michigan peaches – looking to get some in a couple weeks and make peach jam and peach bbq sauce!

  • KarenV says:

    I would love to have many jars of peaches.

  • Angie says:

    I’d love to can Jalapeno Relish in those beautiful jars for holiday gifts.

  • Ashley says:

    I would be delighted to can my favorite rose hip jam in these beautiful jars!

  • Julie says:

    My maraschino cherries with amaretto would look lovely in some Weck jars!

  • Tamara says:

    Fig jam, tomato jam, and apple sauce are on my fall canning list!

  • Amanda says:

    Gorgeous jars! Apple butter or maybe pumpkin butter is up next! Looking forward to fall.

  • Teruska says:

    Watermelon rind pickles, ginger and garlic dill pickles, hot peppers.

  • Jessica says:

    I want to can tomatoes! I have so many!

  • Sarah says:

    Oooo…since apple season is right around the corner, I would can apple butter and some apple sauce. Yummy!!!

  • Emily says:

    Jam!! Berry for sure.

  • Kathleen McCafferty says:

    Would love to give these a try. I’m seeing pickles, and mango chutney.

  • Rachel says:

    Dilly beans will be my next canning project.

  • AshleyP says:

    I think I would like to try peaches, and strawberry jam for sure!

  • If I got them in the next couple weeks, I’d do something with peaches. Otherwise, maybe applesauce or plum jam. Awesome giveaway! :)

  • Patrick Farrington says:

    I’m considering making mustard and ketchup for Christmas gifts this year, these jars might push me over the edge.

  • Vicki says:

    I will can all sorts of yumminess with these including apple sauce and apple cider jelly. But will also use to store our dried fruits!

  • Amber says:

    Oh, peaches! There are some lovely peaches on my counter right now, received from a farm in Georgia. They are the best I’ve had in years! I think that if I had more, I’d make up a batch of peach butter. Too good on toast, crepes, or icecream.

  • Jen says:

    I love preserves but would like to branch out to other stuff!

  • Bee says:

    I will use them for making colorful and spicy pickles of all varieties! Gotta love the vinegar.. Mmm… !!

  • Bee says:

    I will use them to make colorful pickles of all varieties! Gotta love the vinegar.. Mmm!!

  • barbara says:

    Tomatoes. My husband and I have 200 heirloom plants this year, and what we don’t sell at the market or supply to our favorite local pub (and when I find the time between work and farming!), I would love to can in Weck. :-)

  • Kelly Mosley says:

    I would like to can peaches from my tree. It’s our first year to harvest our own☺

  • jk says:

    oh to can blueberry jam in these beautiful jars! how fun!

  • Erica says:

    I just canned for the first time yesterday!! I tried spicy pickled zucchini and spicy kale. I hadn’t seen these jars before, but I love them- how cool!!! If I won, I would use them to can what’s next on my list: tomato basil jelly :)

  • Stacey Berendt says:

    Blueberry Butter and lemon curd are on my to do list!

  • Kate says:

    Plum jam and onion relish would look beautiful in these.

  • Ouida Lampert says:

    Newbie here so haven’t canned in Weck jars. But, I will!

  • leyna allred says:

    I absolutely LOVE weck jars. EEEEE I would just died of happiness if I won them :) They are marvelous for infusing honey and my homemade herbal concoctions. Pick me pick me! Thank you for such an awesome giveaway

  • lei says:

    i haven’t done any canning yet – but i really want to. i’d love to can jams and butters. i currently own weck carafes and use them to make iced coffee, infused water, etc.

  • Joyce Zaleski says:

    I would love to jar any kind of fruit jam :) Yummy :))

  • Nellie says:

    I’d love to try the Peach Lavender Butter since I just got the Canning & Preserving book!!

  • Love these jars. I’ve been making bread and butter pickles and blackberry jam for gifts and they would look so pretty in these.

  • Tammy DeWael says:

    I’d love to can pickled peaches in Weck jars. The pretty shapes would definitely enhance how pretty the peaches are in the brine with their stick of cinnamon in each jar.

  • desiree says:

    I’d love to use these for apple butter!!!

  • Lucinda says:

    My peppers and tomatoes are just starting to ripen here up north – so it’s salsa time!

  • kelli heidtmann says:

    I love to make pies in jars! usually chicken pot pie but stone fruit pies as well

  • Amy Ferris says:

    What a lovely giveaway and the peaches look beautiful in the jars! I would love to use the small tulip jars for corn relish, the 1/4 liter jars for garden fresh salsa, and the 1/2 liter jars for southwestern vegetable soup.

  • KimW says:

    Strawberry jam, yum!

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  • Barbara says:


  • Michelle Landis says:

    I love the look of these jars!

  • Jessica says:

    I’ve never tried canning salsa but would love to try! I’ve had a hankering to try weck jars for the longest time…could never decide which sizes to buy first!

  • Lyndall says:

    There is something about these jars that make you want to can or just use for about anything. I just picked some apples this weekend (first of the season) and will be making up some applesauce which would look appetizing in these jars!

  • Kim says:

    I’ve been interested in WECK jars for awhile but haven’t been able to make the leap. My garden tomatoes are whispering “WECK, WECK”

  • Molly says:

    I would love to fill those big jars with tomatoes, and the smaller ones with jams and relish! I have some watermelon rind I am considering pickling, too…

  • Angela Rhodes Ingles says:

    Apple butter and applesauce – our apple trees are LOADED! :)

  • i LOVE those jars and would love to have some for making peach chutney

  • Audrey says:

    I would loveto make some yummy jam.

  • David says:

    Apple butter!