Welcome to Anne's Kitchen!
Jams · Jellies · Chow-Chows ∙ Sauces ∙ Butters ∙ Pickles
Relishes · Glazes · Preserves ∙ Rubs
Anne's Kitchen prepares these "Delights" the ole timey way just like Grandma and Great-Grandma always did. Anne Sinyard, owner of Anne's Kitchen, believes in small batch canning and preserving because it allows better control of flavor, quality, and consistency of the finished product.
Owner of Anne's Kitchen
In addition, the vast majority of the fruits and vegetables used to make Anne's "Delights" are home grown. Anne's fruit trees and her garden continue to produce some of the best ingredients around for canning and preserving. We think you'll agree!
Anne started canning and preserving at her Mother's elbow when she was only eight years old (and that's been almost sixty years ago). Back then, food preservation was an absolute necessity for a family living in the country. Anne practiced what her Mother taught her about preserving food when she became a homemaker and continued until her children were grown and on their own.
In 2007, while nursing an elderly family friend that had cancer, Anne assisted the family friend with her jam, jelly, pickle, and chow-chow making. These products were sold by word-of-mouth and at the local Farmers' Market in Perry, GA. The family friend was very helpful in teaching Anne how to improve each "Delight" by "tweaking" the recipes. Shortly before she died, the family friend asked Anne to continue supplying her customers with these products.
Since that time, Anne Sinyard has more than doubled the number of available "Delights" and started Anne's Kitchen. Now Anne sells her products at arts and crafts shows, home and garden shows, conventions, festivals and similar events. Anne Sinyard took home 16 award ribbons at the 2008 Georgia National Fair. Her Strawberry Jam was awarded First Place at the 2009 and 2010 Georgia Strawberry Festival Cookoff in Reynolds.
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In addition to numerous regular customers, Anne's Kitchen has shipped many "Delights" to other states including California, Wisconsin, Texas, and South Carolina. Her customers have recognized that Anne's products and baskets make great Christmas, Thanksgiving, birthday, special occasion gifts and church recognition awards. Anne's choice for shipping is United States Postal Service Flat Rate Priority Mail (usually delivers in only 2 to 3 days). Want to send some of Anne's "Delights" to a friend or loved one serving overseas in the military? Anne will ship your package to an APO address using the U. S. Postal Service Priority Flat Rate program (delivery time is usually within 7 days).
Some of Anne's recipes were passed down over the years from mother to daughter and probably began with Anne's great-grandmother. Other recipes have been devised by another time-tested method -- trial and error.
Call or email Anne's Kitchen today to place an order for a selection of "Delights." We're sure that you will find them to be delightful.
2012 Fig Preserves & Pear Preserves
|Anne competed at the 2009 Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia, in the Food Preservation category. The competition was intense -- almost 400 entries were submitted for judging.|
|Anne received First Place Ribbons for her Squash Pickles, Red Grapefruit Jelly, and Jalapeno Pepper Sauce.|
|Anne received Second Place Ribbons for her Brown Turkey Fig Preserves, Black Cherry Jelly, Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauce, Medium Chow Chow, Sweet Repeat Pickles, and Garlic Dill Cucumber Slices.|
|Third Place Ribbons were awarded to Anne for her Apple Butter and Pear Preserves.|
Left. Anne Sinyard took home a blue ribbon at the 2009 Georgia Strawberry Festival.
Below. At the 2008 Georgia National Fair, Anne Sinyard took home 16 ribbons (4 First Prize and 6 Second Prize awards).
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