Fruit jar

Fruit jar

A glass jar used for canning food, regardless of what kind of food was actually canned. Fruit jars were mostly pint, quart, and half-gallon sized.
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fruit jar

nEinmachglas nt, → Einweckglas nt
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A well-tempered jar designed specifically for home canning; also called a canning jar, fruit jar, Ball jar, or Kerr jar.
Still hungry so had a pureed fruit jar, that was actually quite nice.
Roxie Olmstead, of August, Kan., is looking for a cake recipe that is baked in a fruit jar and will keep for six months.
The semi-annual Midwest Fruit Jar & Bottle Show will be held on July 10.
Ajar specifically designed for the home processing of foods; also called a Mason jar, Ball jar, Kerr jar, or fruit jar.
Likely used to reshape or re-form threads on zinc fruit jar lids.
I installed a handy glass fruit jar and a sign telling people to "help yourself" to the eggs and leave your money in the jar and it began.
The berries can be dried and used as tea, 1/2 teaspoon per cup, or washed and put in a fruit jar and covered with brandy.
To keep from sticking to the bottom of the freezer, make sure the tray is dry on the outside, and place rubber fruit jar rings under the tray.
Another unusual gasoline engine Neal has built is a 1/2-scale of a 1918 "fruit jar" 5/8 hp Maytag engine.
(Mustard seed can be powdered with a mortar and pestle.) This keeps well in a fruit jar, and improves with age.
This includes bottles of all kinds, from fruit jars and jugs to country store candy jars; antique dolls, toys, and books; aged postcards and photographs; automobile collectibles and car tags; arrowheads; cast iron objects; military items and weapons dating back to the War Between the States, Vietnam, and both World Wars; and much more.