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  George Canning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canning resigned from office once more in 1820, on this occasion in opposition to the treatment of Queen Caroline, wife of the new King George IV who had become estranged from her husband.
Canning has come to be regarded as a "lost leader", with much speculation about what would have happened had he lived.
Canning was one of the first prominent politicians of the era to openly use the label "Tory", which came into use in the 1790s as a term for the Pittites.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Canning   (1914 words)

  
 Canning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canning is a method of preserving food by first heating it to a temperature that destroys contaminating microorganisms, and then sealing it in air-tight jars, cans or pouches.
Because of the danger of botulism and other pathogens, the only safe method of canning most foods is under conditions of both high heat and pressure, normally at temperatures of 240-250°F (116-121°C).
The only foods that may be safely canned in a boiling water bath (without high pressure) are highly acidic foods with a pH below 4.6[1], such as fruits, pickled vegetables, or other foods to which acid has been added.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canning   (717 words)

  
 canning. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Canning was invented in 1809 by Nicholas Appert.
Salmon from the Columbia River was canned in 1866 and salmon from Alaska in 1872.
Cans used for foods that react with metals, causing discoloration (usually harmless), may be coated with a lacquer film.
www.bartleby.com /65/ca/canning.html   (467 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "How Food Preservation Works"
In canning, you boil the food in the can to kill all the bacteria and seal the can (either before or while the food is boiling) to prevent any new bacteria from getting in.
Once you open the can, bacteria enter and begin attacking the food, so you have to "refrigerate the contents after opening" (you see that label on all sorts of food products -- it means that the contents are sterile until you open the container).
One problem with canning, and the reason why refrigeration or freezing is preferred to canning, is that the act of boiling food in the can generally changes its taste and texture (as well as its nutritional content).
home.howstuffworks.com /food-preservation2.htm   (252 words)

  
 History of Canning
Commercially canned food is very safe — much safer than the home-canned kind — and has a shelf life of a good two years, often much more (as caches left by polar expeditions have shown).
Although studies show that shoppers also think canned food is less nutritious than fresh or frozen, an analysis of 84 fresh, frozen and canned foods, just released by the University of Illinois, show that once the food was prepared for the table, canned foods were equal and often better in nutrient levels.
Canning companies are experimenting with cans of thinner metal to permit shorter processing and give the food better flavor and texture.
www.delmonte.com /News/cans1/body.htm   (377 words)

  
 George Canning
Canning was known for his opposition to parliamentary reform and his advocacy of Catholic emancipation.
Canning holds the record of having served as prime minister for the shortest period.
Canning adored her and trusted her judgement on everything, discussing all his public and private concerns with her.
www.number-10.gov.uk /output/Page156.asp   (547 words)

  
 Canning
You can also use a big, covered pot that is deep enough to allow water to extend 1 to 2 inches over the tops of the jars with enough room for the water to boil briskly.
Canned foods that do freeze may be used as long as freezing does not break the seal.
The underside of a canning lid is coated with enamel.
www.ces.ncsu.edu /depts/fcs/food/canning/can01.html   (2780 words)

  
 George Canning
Canning was furious when he discovered that the secretary of war, Lord Castlereagh, sent the troops to Holland instead.
Canning was invited by the new prime minister, Lord Liverpool, to become foreign minister.
Canning refused office because he was unwilling to serve in the same government as Lord Castlereagh.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /PRcanning.htm   (707 words)

  
 Canning's Ministry (April-August 1827)
On 30 March 1799, Canning left the Foreign Office and became one of the Commissioners of the Board of Control for India; he was made a Privy Counsellor on 28 May 1800.
The motion was defeated by 372 votes to 20; on 15 May Canning successfully introduced amendments to a motion on the abolition of slavery, emphasising the primary importance of improving the condition of slaves and looking forward to their emancipation as soon as possible.
On 7 May, Canning announced the formation of a committee of finance to consider the state of the revenue and on 28 May he opposed Lord John Russell’s motion to disenfranchise the borough of Penhryn and redistribute its seats to Birmingham and Manchester; however, but the motion passed in the Commons.
www.historyhome.co.uk /c-eight/ministry/canmin.htm   (1465 words)

  
 National Center for Home Food Preservation | Canning FAQs
Canned food stored in a warm place near hot pipes, a range, a furnace, or in indirect sunlight may lose some of its eating quality in a few weeks or months, depending on the temperature.
The temperatures obtained in open kettle canning are not high enough to destroy all spoilage and food poisoning organisms that may be in the food.
True home canning is when the food is heated enough to destroy or sufficiently acid enough to prevent growth of all spores of Clostridium botulinum (that causes botulism) and other pathogens during room temperature storage on the shelf.
www.uga.edu /nchfp/questions/FAQ_canning.html#1   (3612 words)

  
 Sandy's Place-Home Canning Tips
This method never reaches the super-high temperatures needed to kill certain bacterial spores and their toxins, which can produce botulism, therefor, this method cannot be used for processing low-acid foods.
this can be done by running a nonmetallic spatula around the jar between the food and the side of the jar.
Spiced applesauce can be made by adding ground spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg or allspice, to the sauce during the last 5 minutes of cooking.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Acres/1012/canning.html   (2674 words)

  
 Food Preservation Without Sugar or Salt
Jams and jellies can be made without added sugar but will resemble more of a fruited gelatin desert than a true jam or jelly.
Substituting plain water for the sugar syrup reduces the calorie content of canned fruit by approximately 205, 280 or 375 calories per pint, assuming 2/3 cup of thin, medium or thick syrup, respectively, is replaced with water.
Jams and jellies can be made somewhat satisfactorily without added sugar but tend to resemble more of gelatin-fruited dessert than a true jam or jelly.
www.ext.colostate.edu /pubs/foodnut/09302.html   (2017 words)

  
 John Canning Studios
Canning painter begins applying new paint scheme over repaired plaster at the Apollo Theatre, NY New York City's illustrious Apollo Theatre is undergoing a comprehensive restoration that will return the once opulent and intimate 1913 theatre to the grandeur of its 1940s heyday as the center of the Harlem Renaissance.
Canning artisan creates one of several fan motifs on the ceiling of the Stadium Theatre, Woonsocket, RI.
When Canning Studios was repainting the large, Corinthian columns at the National Building Museum in Washington DC, the building remained open to the public.
www.canning-studios.com /newsletters/05.html   (688 words)

  
 Canning 101 — pickles, fruits, jams, jellies, etc. by Jackie Clay Issue 53
Canning allows my family to eat chemical-free, delectable fruits, vegetables, nutmeats, pickles, preserves, jams, and jellies, as well as meats and fish, already cooked and tender, just waiting for a meal.
Canning doesn’t even require a pressure canner, which can be a bit expensive—about $130-$150.
Canning with the hot water bath is a simple process: cleaned, sterilized (boiled) jars are filled with (often) hot high-acid food.
www.backwoodshome.com /articles/clay53.html   (2319 words)

  
 Canning Basics, HYG-5338-02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
During the canning process, air is driven from the jar and a vacuum is formed as the jar cools and seals, preventing microorganisms from entering and recontaminating the food.
Canning low-acid foods in boiling water canners is absolutely unsafe because 212 degrees F is not high enough to destroy botulinum bacteria.
The exact time depends on the kind of food being canned, the way it is packed in jars, and the size of jars.
ohioline.osu.edu /hyg-fact/5000/5338.html   (2651 words)

  
 Canning Basics For Preserving Food
The canning process involves placing foods in jars or similar containers and heating them to a temperature that destroys micro-organisms that cause food to spoil.
A pressure canner is a specially-made heavy pot with a lid that can be closed steam-tight.
Most canning jars sold today use a two piece self-sealing lid which consists of a flat metal disc with a rubber-type sealing compound around one side near the outer edge, and a separate screw-type metal band.
www.canning-food-recipes.com /canning.htm   (969 words)

  
 Canning Fruits
Lids can be used only once, but the screw bands can be reused as long as they are in good condition.
Sugar helps canned fruit hold its shape, color and flavor but is not needed to prevent spoilage.
Dispose of all spoiled canned food in a place where it will not be eaten by people or pets.
www.ext.colostate.edu /pubs/foodnut/09347.html   (1749 words)

  
 Answers to Common Questions About Home Canning, Freezing and Making Jams!
This can be dangerous because the temperature will vary according to the accuracy of oven regulators and circulation of heat.
It can be canned commercially because of the special high temp/high pressure equipment they have.
The following can cause soft jelly: overcooking the fruit to extract the juice, using too much water to extract the juice, incorrect proportions of sugar and juice, undercooking causing insufficient concentration, insufficient acid, or making too large a batch at one time.
www.pickyourown.org /canningqa.htm   (4723 words)

  
 Canning Japan: training in international business communication
Canning's Tokyo office has been helping Japanese business people perform more effectively in international business ever since it was set up in 1985.
At Canning we give our Japanese clients the confidence they need to communicate in the most appropriate way.
"Canning offers unique training because of the professionalism of their trainers and the focused nature of their training programmes.
www.canning-efb.co.uk /japan.shtml   (200 words)

  
 Canning, George. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Canning was converted to Toryism by the French Revolution, became a disciple of William Pitt, and was his undersecretary for foreign affairs (1796–99).
However, he quarreled with Lord Castlereagh, and after a duel, in which Canning was wounded, both resigned from the ministry.
He later served (1816–20) as president of the board of control for India, resigning in protest against the government’s prosecution of Queen Caroline.
www.bartleby.com /65/ca/CanningG.html   (304 words)

  
 Homecanning.com
This ensures that home canned foods will be free of spoilage when the jars are stored properly and remain vacuum-sealed.
To thoroughly destroy all microorganisms that may be in a specific food as it is ladled into the jars, always process the filled jars for the time specified in a tested recipe from a reliable source, such as the Ball Blue Book® of Preserving.
Complete instructions can be found on each Ball or Kerr package, or refer to Step-by-Step.
www.homecanning.com /usa/ALBasics.asp   (648 words)

  
 The Gardener's Network - A to Z's of Gardening: Home Canning of Fruits and Vegetables - Canning Safety
Home canning of fruits, vegetables, and even meats is practiced by millions of people.
The more you can, the more successful your garden is. But, I do not know of anyone who loves to spend hours in a hot kitchen while the waning days of summer go by.
Safe and proper canning techniques are vital to enjoying the fruits of your labor.
www.gardenersnet.com /atoz/canning.htm   (814 words)

  
 Lesley's Recipe Archive: Canning Tips and Techniques
High acid foods can be canned in a boiling water canner, while the low acid foods can only be canned safely in a pressure cooker.
When canning vegetables (beets, cucumber etc.), the acid level is brought higher when pickled with vinegar, and can safely be canned with the boiling water bath
The screw cap can be reused but always use new sealing caps to ensure an air-tight seal.
lesleycooks.tripod.com /canning/canningtips.htm   (1255 words)

  
 Canning Recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This may be canned or poured into ice cube trays and frozen, to use when needed!
We used to raise chickens.I would freeze and can at least 75 to 100 per year for our personal use.Every one of our children know how to prepare food and live off the land.
Originally I made this recipe to use in a lemon upside down cake and from there used a standard sweet canning syrup.The sweet and sour syrup can be used as a base, then soy sauce/ginger or any other spice added, thickened for oriental dishes....
www.recipezaar.com /recipes/canning   (772 words)

  
 Flickr: Photos tagged with canning
Canning supplies including mason jars, lids, pressure canners and more available at...
You can give your photos a "tag", which is like a keyword.
You can assign as many tags as you wish to each photo.
www.flickr.com /photos/tags/canning   (152 words)

  
 Canning genealogy
But it does appear that after the death of her first husband Mary Ann continued working on the stage and living in reduced circumstances, and further that, once widowed she proved herself a bad or unlucky chooser of men.
There is a renowned portrait of "Mrs Canning and her daughter, Bess" by Romney at Fyvie Castle, Scotland.
For the Canning family, the compiler is indebted, in particular, to Giles Hunt, Lord Garvagh, Lisa Gettling, Cleve Hassell, Ian Poyntz, Kim Salisbury and Ray Steele, each of whom has supplied valuable information, inspiration or both.
www.kittybrewster.com /ancestry/canning.htm   (1723 words)

  
 John Canning Studios
The surface can be plaster, wood, metal, etc. but it must be smooth and dust and residue free for best results.
The Canning Chronicles is pleased to honor Frank Matero with the first Thistle Award for his lifelong dedication to developing graduate education programs in historic preservation.
It can come in single sheets or mounted edge to edge on a roll.
www.canning-studios.com /newsletters/02.html   (539 words)

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