Win a copy of The Canning Kitchen (Canada)!

The Canning Kitchen book coverThanks to Penguin Canada, I have one copy of Amy Bronee’s The Canning Kitchen  (I reviewed it here) to give away to one lucky Canadian reader!

To enter, leave me a comment telling me what you’re looking forward to preserving or canning this summer?

For a second bonus entry, tweet the following message: “(Canada) Win @familyfeedbag ‘s #TheCanningKitchen from @penguincanada on @eatlivtravwrite ! Details:”

then come back to leave me a comment on this post telling me you did.

For a third bonus entry, follow me and Amy on Instagram (I’m @eatlivtravwrite and she’s @amybronee) then come back and leave a separate comment letting me know you did (and your Instagram account name!)

Eligibility and contest rules

  • Open to to readers with a Canadian mailing address.
  • Maximum of three (3) entries per person for the duration of the contest.
  • No purchase of any product necessary for entry.
  • A winner will be chosen using from all qualified entries on Sunday July 5th 2015 after 6pm EST.
  • Winner will be contacted via email on Monday July 6th, 2015 and will have 48 hours to respond.

29 thoughts on “Win a copy of The Canning Kitchen (Canada)!”

  1. The strawberry/rhubarb jams looks amazing. Just made a strawberry/rhubarb crisp last weekend. I think I need to try this. Also, hubby makes chili sauce every year. YUM!

  2. This looks like the ideal book for me. My relationship with canning is not great; so poor, in fact, that I freeze what I can rather than can. My plan, this summer, is to, yet again, attempt to make a red pepper jelly — one that is neither too watery nor too solid!

  3. definately raspberry and blueberry jams. My grandma has a raspberry bush in her backyard and my parents live in northern Ontario (aka blueberry country) so I’ll have plenty of berries to work with. 🙂

  4. Peach marmalade & red pepper jelly… Hey I finally bought a canning pot w the trimmings at a garage sale for $3 so the sky’s the limit!

  5. I’d like to try something with blueberries. I’ve made a cranberry/orange marmalade before, but that’s about it!

  6. Oh I’m excited to can all the things! I’d love to try marmalade this year – something I’ve not done before.


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