It’s right near the end of Fall Harvest time! What better time to have a chance to win a Pressure Cooker Canner! I’ve had my eye on a Pressure Cooker since I am learning to can. Fortunately I can borrow my mom’s or use my MIL’s until we get into a fight of who needs it most, lol. Next year when I plan to have a much larger garden harvest I will probably need my very own pressure cooker.
Remember how I shared with you how to can homemade applesauce and homemade apple butter? Well, lots of things can use a regular water bath but many items require a pressure canner for safe canning. If you’d like to learn more about Pressure Canning then check out the National Center for Home Food Preservation.
Enter to win October 19 to October 25!!
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Why Pressure Can?
Pressure Canning Kills more germs and bacteria than water bath canners, and it is great for canning nonacid foods, such as meat and beans. If you are not familiar with the basics of food preservation, then please read materials such as ‘Principles of Home Canning’ from the USDA or Pressure Canning: A Step-By-Step Guide from About.com or Getting Started from Fresh Preserving.
How To Use A Pressure Canner Video
Here is the link to the All American Pressure Cooker/Canner Instruction Manual
The All American Pressure Cooker Canner Giveaway
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.
All-American 15-1/2-Quart Pressure Cooker/Canner
- 15-1/2-quart pressure cooker/canner holds 10 pint jars or 7 quart jars
- Made of durable, hand-cast aluminum with attractive satin finish
- Exclusive “metal-to-metal” sealing system for a steam-tight seal; no gaskets
- Geared steam gauge, automatic overpressure release; settings of 5 psi, 10 psi, and 15 psi
- 7-1/2 inches high with 12-1/2-inch inside diameter; made in USA
Valued at $336.00
How Many Winners
There will be just one winner.
Begins – October 19th at 5am MDT
Ends – October 25th at 5pm MDT
To enter you must be at least 18 years old, and are a resident of the United States of America.
The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders.
Please Comment Below telling us why you would like to have an All American Pressure Cooker.
Some Good Canning Books You May Like
Some Basic Canning Supplies
Norpro 6 Piece Canning Set
Ball Dissolvable Labels – (Set Of 60)
Ball Regular Mouth Half Pint Canning Jar 8 oz. 12-Count
Ball Crystal Jelly Jars, 8-Ounce, Quilted, Set of 12
Ball Wide Mouth Pint Jars, Set of 12
Ball Regular Mouth Half Pint Jars, Set of 12
Blue Book Guide to Preserving (by Jarden Home Brands)
Ball Realfruit Liquid Pectin, 6-Ounce
Ball Regular Mouth Lids and Bands – 12 pack
Amy Singleton says
I would like to have an All American Pressure Cooker because we can a lot each summer. nough to feed two families for the next year!! The canner we are using belonged to my mother-in-love and while it still works, is not in the most prime condition. This canner is much bigger and nicer and would allow me to continue to preserve for my family for many years to come!
Sounds like you do need one:) I am hoping to prepare and grow a better garden so we can have most of our veggies and tomato sauce from our own garden to can.
Adrienne Z. Milligan says
I would like to have an All American Pressure Cooker because the one we borrowed once did not have the gauge on it. Neither my husband or I felt that comfortable using it after reading up on pressure cookers. We have four boys and know the food needs will grow as they do. (The boys are currently 15, 10, 4, and 2).
We do can and grow some of our own food. Pressure cooking for other foods to preserve is one of the next things we are wanting to add to our family’s preparedness repertoire.
We like to make our own tomato sauce from scratch and the pressure cooker would come in handy. Once you make your own and season it the way you like it, commercially made products do not taste the same. 🙂
I enjoy your blog!
Mickey Louth says
I’d need an All American because my daughter and I share my presto canner. I’d like a canner that does not require changing out the gaskets. If the economy tanks, I want something I can use in 20 yrs. I still have unmarried children I can for….it’s tough out there and I feel the bit I do in food prep for them is helpful. Always a mother! 🙂
Yes, the economy is very volatile! I would be sure to TEACH those adult children how to grow food, prep, AND can for their own well-being:)
Kelly wilson says
I would love to have this canner. We are starting out Homestead this coming spring and I am gathering supplies for self sufficiency.
Kira Calvert says
I love using my pressure cooker and canner but my canner exploded twice this year. First time I thought it was the seals, then when it happened again I decided it is probably the gauge.they are both really old and it would be so nice to have a nice new one (and not have to worry about getting the gauge fixed on the one that exploded, and I guess to be clear it didn’t really explode, the safety release popped out but it sure sounded like an explosion).
Yikes. That sounds very scary. I have heard you really have to check the seals, gaskets, and gauge for any food particle,etc. Keep an eye on Amazon for a great deal:)
Yes, I think a canner would be a good priority item for you right after garden supplies:) Keep a look out for items on clearance in the next couple of week just in case your local stores can’t store them.
Carol Killian says
I would enjoy using an All American pressure cooker/canner. I bought a used one at GW. After replacing the gasket many times, it has been retired because of leaking water & not gaining pressure. I have been using my grandmother’s canner, but do not have the instruction book! It would be wonderful to use a new canner/cooker.
Rach D says
Oh no! I missed the deadline 🙂 Looks like such a great way to help in the kitchen with time saving & getting things done well.
Thanks for joining us on this past week of “Inspired By Me Mondays!!”
So glad you were able to link up; please be sure to come back again next week 🙂
Sorry you missed the deadline. I now am wanting one of these canner’s for myself. I think it would be worth putting on my Christmas wishlist!