By Kim Haasarud, Alexandra Grablewski
A James Beard venerated mixologist offers this new addition to the one zero one Cocktails sequence, supplying over a hundred recipes for blender beverages emphasizing clean culmination and herbs that positioned a brand new twist on vintage recipes.
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Straight and wide. Avoid any containers—especially glass ones—that have narrow necks at the top. If you misjudge the amount of headspace you leave, you risk cracking the container. If you want to use glass containers, stick with those that were designed to go into the freezer and have straight necks (though not recycled mayonnaise and pickle jars). These freezer containers are especially good because they are clear, have tightly locking lids, and can be easily stacked. 44 CAN IT! indd 44 7/20/11 3:53:19 PM Allow Sufficient Headspace Headspace is the distance between the lid of the container and the top of the food.
So far, I have focused on the more common items you can freeze (fruits, vegetables, meat/poultry/seafood, and prepared meals). Here’s a snapshot of some of the other foods that can be conveniently and safely frozen. JAMS AND SAUCES If you want to make jams but don’t want to take the time to can them using a water-bath canner, there are many types of freezer jam that you can make in minutes—really! I like them better than the canned variety because they have a much fresher taste (they don’t need to be cooked as long as conventional jams).
2. Wash them in cold water, trim the ends, and cut as desired (2–4-inch sections work well, or slice lengthwise for French-cut beans). 3. Blanch the beans for 3 minutes. 4. Cool, then pack them into containers, leaving a 1⁄2-inch headspace. You can also use the CSQF method after blanching. Beets 1. Select uniform, tender beets. 2. Cut their stems to 2 inches long and leave the taproots. 3. Cook the beets whole until they are tender. Cool them and then remove their stems, skins, and taproots. You can leave the beets whole or quarter, slice, or dice them.
101 Blender Drinks by Kim Haasarud, Alexandra Grablewski