Yield: Makes about 6 x 250 ml jars
Yield: Makes about 6 x 250 ml jars
Let's get crafty with Kate :) Hope you enjoy...
This week's Christmas project is frosted candle holders made out of mason jars. I don't know about you, but I have a pile of extra jars. This is a good way t...
Did you know that robustly flavoured, dry red wines make luscious jellies for breads or meat glazes? This season treat your family and guests to a different way of enjoying your favourite red. This 4 ingredient recipe will be sure to please drizzled over a delicious baguette or tenderloin. If you are feeling even more adventures, try it over some decadent baked brie.
Bernardin's tags offer a special touch to a jar you are planning to gift. They come in a variety of shapes including summer treats, assorted fruits and, of course, mini mason jars! Just use a sharpy or glitter pen to add a custom note and attach with a fun and creative ribbon!
It is December in Canada so soup is a familiar choice to warm us up during the cold months. Tomato soup is one of those comfort foods that warms not only our tummies but our hearts. It can be seen as simple and timeless but always popular. Over the past few weeks we at Bernardin have been sharing great warm savoury recipes for the winter. This is just another one to help line your pantry shelves to keep the family full and happy during hibernation. Enjoy!
Have you accepted that this time of year usually comes with a lot of sugar, salt and yummy goodness? Because Bernardin has! Why not share some sweet snacks with those that you love in the form of these great gift ideas. Take a look a the how-to video below. These gifts are so simple, easy and memorable. Great for your Secret Santa, to bring as a hostess gift and for anyone who loves sweets. It doesn't hurt that they are darn cute to boot!
Beans Beans Beans! Another ready-to-eat entrée option to have in stock on the pantry shelf. Not only does this idea offer convenience but beans offer plenty of health benefits including numerous vitamins and minerals. As an excellent source of protein, a great baked beans recipe will always work for those vegetarians in your life as well. Thirdly, beans are super affordable when you buy in bulk. Talk about a triple threat! Season them as the family prefers and they will be a hit every time.
Do you have some old jars hanging around? Maybe they are missing their lids or are mis-match sizes. Fear not DIY friends! Before you throw them away, here are 12 creative ways to make use of those jars. Take a look at some centre piece inspirations, custom snow globe creations and unique holiday themed lanterns.
Are you Hosting this Holiday Season? Be ready for those guests with these amazing Quebec Pork Meatballs. Easily make a batch ahead of time and all you will have to do is plate, add a dipping sauce and serve with tooth picks. I like this recipe because you have a bit of freedom with it. You have a bit of wiggle room with the spices in this recipe. If you already have a meatball mixture that your family loves use that as your seasoning. Do a batch spicy and a batch mild. Have fun with it but don't fix what isn't broken ;)
Sticking with the theme of warm-you-up meals on those cold winter nights; we have another good one for your dinner rotation. Try preparing this yummy and nutritious bean soup. For those of you who consider yourselves "expert" canners or are new to the game but are looking for a good challenge, this is great way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Cook once and enjoy several times over.
Come down for a bowl of soup for a good cause.
Awesome step-by-step tutorial for making your own scented candles! These are so easy to make and smell so much better than expensive store-bought candles! Great gift idea!