Baked Korean Chicken Wings Recipe - Chicken Wings are always a favorite appetizer, snack, or even an entree! These sweet and spicy baked Korean chicken wings will quickly become a favorite for all of your gatherings! //

Congratulations to our two winners! Aida (email winner!) and Dawn B (comment #119).


As soon as Rebecca’s new cookbook arrived, I started planning all of the delicious things I could make from it! First on the list was to use her sweet and spicy Korean Barbecue Sauce in my Baked Korean Chicken Wings recipe that I shared with you all. Let me just say, you need to make it – and SOON!

But, there are so many other things in her book that I know you’ll want to make as well! Rebecca holds your hand throughout the book guiding you on how to properly can everything from fruits, pickles, sauces, soups, syrups, and more! She has a special section where she guides you through using a pressure canner.

I have to say though, one of my favorite things about her book is that she provides you with more than 40 recipes that you’ll turn to once you open the jar! How brilliant!

So, would you like to dig into her book and your own little canning adventure?

I have a gift set giveaway that I think you all are going to just love! Here’s what all is included! It’s a dandy!

Canning Gift Set Giveaway from


Rebecca’s Not Your Mama’s Canning Book

All-Clad 12-Quart Multi-Cooker

All American 15.5-Quart Pressure Canner

Funnel, Jar Lifter, and Lid Lifter Set

Canning Jars


Giveaway Details

I’ll be giving away TWO gift sets as listed above.

Post Comment Winner:
I’ll randomly select a comment left on this post for one winner. To enter, just leave a comment about what your favorite items to can at home or what you’d love to learn to can!

Email Subscriber Winner:
The other winner will be selected from the listing of email subscribers. If you are already an email subscriber, there is nothing to do! You are already entered.

The giveaway ends on Tuesday, August 16th at 11:59 PM EST. I’ll contact the winners by email and update this post soon thereafter.


Good luck!
Robyn xo


This giveaway is sponsored by Add a Pinch. 


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150 Comments Leave a comment or review

  1. Everyone at work laughs but I eat PB&J nearly every single day without fail. For the past four years I’ve made all my own jams from fresh local produce. Living near the strawberry capital of the US (Plant City, FL) and also lots of blueberry, citrus, and mango farms certainly helps!! I follow a general low-sugar recipe bit mix in different fruits to concocting something new every time. My last 2 big batches were Apple, cranberry, cinnamon and a mango-raspberry. Both are quite stellar!!! New and improved canning set would be fantastic as mine is piecemeal at best.

  2. I love to preserve summer’s bounty. I just started canning this year and have borrowed equipment. I was waiting to delve full in on purchasing until I was certain that I both enjoyed it and wanted to continue to preserve the summer bounty. I discovered that I love canning. I just finished a big batch of nectarine basil preserves. What I don’t think I will be able to consume, I have given away to friends at work and nothing feels better than paying forward with something that you make yourself.

  3. I love having fruits, vegatables and salsas on my shelves ready to eat. Hoping to learn to can soups. Already planning to make the hummus recipe in this book.

  4. I enjoy canning fresh tomatoes to use in soups and chili when the weather gets cool. Would love to have some new canning supplies and fresh recipes to try! Love your blog and inspiring recipes!

  5. I have always had an interest in canning but a pressure cooking scares hell out me. Probably from childhood stories I overheard about them blowing the top off! But I would love to learn to can green beans and tomatoes from our Spring garden. That would be so wonderful in the winter to get a taste of our garden.

  6. Canning is one of my favorite memories with my mom and grandma. We canned so many delicious things…14 day sweet cucumber pickles, chow chow tomatoes, all different types of jams and jellies and even pickled watermelon rind! It was nothing for my mom to can tomatoes almost every night during the summer. I have finely chopped many a head of cabbage, cucumber, green tomato, pepper and onion for the chow chow. We always made the most of our southern garden and the fresh fruits from friends and family. I would love to be able to continue this tradition with my family!

  7. I helped my grandmother with her canning when I was a child and would love to try on my own. I would can vegetables, sauces, and jellies. Thanks for the awesome chance!

  8. I’d like to learn how to can tomatoes and homemade marinara and pizza sauce. Also applesauce, pickles, peppers, and so many other vegetables and fruits. I’ll have to figure it out when I start my garden!

  9. I’m actually very timid of pressure canning..which is ironic since I am the ‘preparedness specialist’ of my church group. I Need to learn to use the pressure cooker, because my freezer is completely filled with the low acid vegetables from my garden that must be pressure cooked to preserve properly! 🙂 thanks for all the yummy recipes!!

  10. I’d love to learn how to can. I wish I would have paid more attention to my grandmother doing this! She was a serious canner. I’d start with tomatoes.

  11. Oh wow, this would be amazing to get my hands on! We garden and can every year, and I could use a new pressure canner! Ours gave out last year and everything else is old and getting warn out. Thank you so much for this chance! Salsa and pickled everything is going to happen soon! Thank you so much for this chance!

  12. I used to watch my grandma can her green beans and then lovingly store them away in her pantry. She has since passed but I have carried on her tradition with them from my own garden. Every time I look in the pantry and see what she taught me, it truly warms my heart.

  13. I have no idea what I love to can because I have never done it before! My church believes strongly in having at least a year worth of food storage on hand. I would love to can everything from meats to veggies to fruit!! This would be amazeballs!!! Haha! Thanks for the chance!

  14. Ohmigosh!! Grrrr!! Missed this giveaway!! I borrow my moms pressure cooker every summer. We share back/forth trade out at church some Sundays. ha I love to can tomatoes..I think its because I always thought they were so difficult to do when I first began canning. I have an old Kerr canning book that was my moms. I really like this book you have featured (gonna have to head over to Amazon) it appears to have MANY fresh new ideas!! Oh well, maybe next time!! Its great you had this giveaway esp when now, more than ever, ppl are returning to farming/gardening/canning/preserving way of life!! I love it!!!

  15. My mother used to can marvelous stewed tomatoes with onions that served as the base for chili, spaghetti sauce, etc. I would love to learn to replicate that.

  16. Oh! I love this complete set of canning equipment! I am getting ready to retire soon and I am definitely wanting to learn to can EVERYTHING! So looking forward to getting started. In addition, I am planning and plotting a garden so I can have everything right there available on my own property! What a great savings that would be for a limited income that I will soon have. Thank you so much for the oportunity to win such a great product and wonderful chance to add to my retirement planning!!! Heading to Amazon now for the book!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!

  17. I have not had a canner in 8 years… canner bit the dust and I haven’t had money to replace. I would love to start canning green beans again. I miss eating in winter time!

  18. Last summer I canned green beans, salsa, spaghetti sauce, tomatoes and jalapenos. Hope to do more this year and could use a good canner and cookbook!!

  19. I am a novice canner. Stick to tomatoes and jams. I want to try my hand at curries and sauces as my girls are moving away. That would make their lives easier as they are busy studying. There’e not much info on that so am working by trial and error. Think this would be helpful to me as I have none of the equipment.

  20. I have always wanted to try canning. Would love to make chili sauce just like my Mom used to make!
    Thanks for the chance to make Mom proud!

  21. I’m old enough to remember the taste of home canned pickles, and going down to my Grandmother’s “root cellar” to run my finger over all the pretty jars she had stored there. Now I can appreciate the amount of effort she had to spend to do all that canning. She would be tickled to know that I want to learn to can everything!

  22. I want to learn to can Salsa and lots of it.
    I also want to can lots of fruits and vegetables.
    I canned some pear preserves but I had to borrow a canned.

  23. I love this ..hope I win .. So I can take over my Georgia grandmas duties and do her proud!
    Carry in tradions of canning garden fruit and vegetables.
    I am a long time email subscriber.

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