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    The Cook Guest

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    I was wandering through Amazon today and ran across the new edition of
    "Putting Foods By." This is the fifth edition and came out May 25,
    2010.

    It is now on my wish list.
    --
    Susan N.

    "Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
    48 percent indignation, and 50 percent envy."
    Vittorio De Sica, Italian movie director (1901-1974)

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    ellen wickberg Guest

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    The Cook wrote:
    > I was wandering through Amazon today and ran across the new edition of
    > "Putting Foods By." This is the fifth edition and came out May 25,
    > 2010.
    >
    > It is now on my wish list.

    I checked here in Canada and the 2010 is not a new edition,but a new
    printing. You might want to check with the one Amazon has.
    Ellen

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    The Cook Guest

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    On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 12:24:48 -0800, ellen wickberg <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >The Cook wrote:
    >> I was wandering through Amazon today and ran across the new edition of
    >> "Putting Foods By." This is the fifth edition and came out May 25,
    >> 2010.
    >>
    >> It is now on my wish list.

    >I checked here in Canada and the 2010 is not a new edition,but a new
    >printing. You might want to check with the one Amazon has.
    >Ellen



    Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    Updated"

    But thanks for the warning.
    --
    Susan N.

    "Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
    48 percent indignation, and 50 percent envy."
    Vittorio De Sica, Italian movie director (1901-1974)

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    Geoffrey S. Mendelson Guest

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    The Cook wrote:
    > Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    > Updated"


    It's new and has a new primary author (see below):

    According to Worldcat.org:

    Document Type: Book

    All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Schmidt; Janet C Greene; et al

    Find more information about:
    ISBN: 9780452296220 0452296226
    OCLC Number: 468975009

    Notes: Previous ed.: by Janet Greene, Ruth Hertzberg, Beatrice Vaughan,
    4th ed., newly rev., 1991. Includes index.

    Description: vi, 454 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.

    Contents: Chapters: What is it? --
    Why foods spoil --
    Altitude and metrics --
    Fair warning --
    Common ingredients and how to use them --
    The canning methods --
    Canning fruits --
    Canning tomatoes --
    Canning vegetables --
    Canning meats --
    Canning seafood --
    Canning convenience foods --
    Getting and using a freezer --
    Freezing fruits --
    Freezing Vegetables --
    Freezing meats and seafood --
    Freezing convenience foods --
    Jellies jams and other sweet things --
    Pickles, relishes, and other spicy things --
    Curing with salt and smoke --
    Drying --
    Root-cellaring --
    Putting by presents for Christmas.

    Responsibility: edited by Stephen Schmidt ... [et al.].

    Abstract:

    Offers directions for canning, freezing, drying, pickling, and smoking
    foods and creating soups, vegetables, main courses, and desserts from
    preserved foods.


    Geoff.
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    Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to misquote it.

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    SDT Guest

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    On [email protected]> wrote:

    >On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 12:24:48 -0800, ellen wickberg <elleng>
    >wrote:
    >
    >>The Cook wrote:
    >>> I was wandering through Amazon today and ran across the new edition of
    >>> "Putting Foods By." This is the fifth edition and came out May 25,
    >>> 2010.
    >>>
    >>> It is now on my wish list.

    >>I checked here in Canada and the 2010 is not a new edition,but a new
    >>printing. You might want to check with the one Amazon has.
    >>Ellen

    >
    >
    >Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    >Updated"


    Mine says June 2010, penguin (us) fifth ed. by green hertzberg & Vaughn.

    On a related note.
    Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving Paperback: 124 pages
    Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving Paperback: 448 pages
    Complete Guide to Home Canning and Preserving [Paperback] U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Paperback: 156 pages
    S

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    Ophelia Guest

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    "SDT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:f4gtg6l85ffr[email protected]..
    > On S[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 12:24:48 -0800, ellen wickberg <elleng>
    >>wrote:
    >>
    >>>The Cook wrote:
    >>>> I was wandering through Amazon today and ran across the new edition of
    >>>> "Putting Foods By." This is the fifth edition and came out May 25,
    >>>> 2010.
    >>>>
    >>>> It is now on my wish list.
    >>>I checked here in Canada and the 2010 is not a new edition,but a new
    >>>printing. You might want to check with the one Amazon has.
    >>>Ellen

    >>
    >>
    >>Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    >>Updated"

    >
    > Mine says June 2010, penguin (us) fifth ed. by green hertzberg & Vaughn.


    I have mine on order at Amazon but it is a pre order "This item will be
    released on 24 February 2011"

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    SDT Guest

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    >>>Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    >>>Updated"

    >>
    >> Mine says June 2010, penguin (us) fifth ed. by green hertzberg & Vaughn.

    >
    >I have mine on order at Amazon but it is a pre order "This item will be
    >released on 24 February 2011"


    Interesting thing.
    Here in the US of A a Pratchett Book "The Dark Side of the Sun" wasn't available
    at Amazon. (Terry P. is a Brit.)
    Things happened.
    I ended up at the Brit Amazon site and I had a thought: and they did have it.
    Shipping time was maybe a little better from Britain than from California, USA.
    -
    http://www.amazon.co.uk resolves here via my ISP's DNS server to the United
    Kingdom Amazon site. Your ISP may differ.
    -
    What I mean is under the current Internet I can buy stuff from another country
    that I couldn't buy here in my country.
    SDT

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    Ophelia Guest

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    "SDT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]..
    >
    >>>>Just looked at the front of the book and it says "Fifth Edition Fully
    >>>>Updated"
    >>>
    >>> Mine says June 2010, penguin (us) fifth ed. by green hertzberg & Vaughn.

    >>
    >>I have mine on order at Amazon but it is a pre order "This item will be
    >>released on 24 February 2011"

    >
    > Interesting thing.
    > Here in the US of A a Pratchett Book "The Dark Side of the Sun" wasn't
    > available
    > at Amazon. (Terry P. is a Brit.)


    Yep, I like him too Did you know he has Alzheimer's Disease? Not sure
    how many more books he will be able to write.

    > Things happened.
    > I ended up at the Brit Amazon site and I had a thought: and they did have
    > it.
    > Shipping time was maybe a little better from Britain than from California,
    > USA.
    > -
    > http://www.amazon.co.uk resolves here via my ISP's DNS server to the
    > United
    > Kingdom Amazon site. Your ISP may differ.


    Well I am in UK so I always go to UK site.

    > What I mean is under the current Internet I can buy stuff from another
    > country
    > that I couldn't buy here in my country.


    Cool

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb...utting+food+by


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    SDT Guest

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    >> at Amazon. (Terry P. is a Brit.)

    >Yep, I like him too Did you know he has Alzheimer's Disease? Not sure
    >how many more books he will be able to write.


    Early onset Alzheimer's, yes.

    I think he has "written" three books since being publicly diagnosed, /outed.

    Why I put "written" in quotes is that it seems to me that he was telling someone
    a story, and that person wrote it down.

    I think he hasn't done any writing for about three or four years but has done a
    few books.

    So far as I can tell this would have started years before "Nation" because that's
    where _I_ noticed it, maybe.

    >> What I mean is under the current Internet I can buy stuff from another
    >> country
    >> that I couldn't buy here in my country.

    >Cool


    So excellent

    Shawn

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