Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Dehydrating oranges…


I FINALLY got around to dehydrating some oranges for my feather tree. Yeah yeah… I know… Christmas is over. I think I might… big MIGHT… keep it up with oranges on it for a while. Not sure. We will see how that turns out.


Its pretty easy. You just cut them up and stick them in the dehydrator and let it do it’s thing until they are dry.



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When your all done you get this… a wonderful bowl of orange slices.  

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I just need to string them up and put them on the tree!


Until next time…


Carmen and the Primcats

8 comments:

Loafer Mountain Primitives said...

Hey you!
I still have my trees up too! Yep, I said trees... 10 ;)....My Christmas forest!
I love the glow. No pressures now, I can just enjoy them. Kind of like after christmas stress relief.
I burnt up my dehydrator this past fall. Ooops.
Looks like your having fun!
Tisha

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Hi, Carmen,
I wanted to do some for my tree..never got to it! Tree is down, maybe next year!

I love how you are doing them now! Bet they smell good!
enjoy the day
Teresa

Carmen C. said...

Those look great Carmen! I took my colored lights off my yr. round tree and put on clear lights, left my orange slices on it, and added some salt dough hearts for valentines! I will get it posted hopefully later today:)

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

I love the oranges/natural decorations. I want to dry sweet potatoes, too. Oh, and apple slices. I just used the oven. The house smelled awesome!
★Linda★

My Primitive Creations by Tonya said...

Perfect...now you want to dry some for me...seems I can't find the time and well now that you have a dehydrater and yours looks sp pretty... Can't wait to see them on the Feather Tree...are you going to leave on the cinnamon ornaments with the oranges..or just the oranges?? Have fun stringing and hanging them...Hugs ....Mom

A Primitive Homestead said...

I say better late than never. Yours look so pretty & I bet your home smells so good! Blessings!

renee said...

Those look great! I think you could leave them out awhile, I'll bet the homestead smells wonderful.
Have a good week.
Renee

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

I love dehydrating...I have done oranges too.I love making beef jerky with it;)