Jellies

Homemade Peach-Plum Jelly

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Homemade Peach-Plum Jelly

Late summer peaches and tart peaches combine to make a rosy-hued jelly. I have been a Canbassador for Washington state stone fruits for a few years now. Which means every summer I share a combination of old favorites and new creations, using sweet cherries and/or peaches from Washington’s agricultural Eden. Since I love making fruit […]

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15 Ways to Make Strawberry Jam

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15 Ways to Make Strawberry Jam

It’s fresh strawberry season, which means we can eat them out of hand, freeze them, make pie, have a fresh fruit salad, drown them in cream, or make jam – sooooo many varieties of jam. On this site: Strawberry-Mango Jam with Lime Strawberry-Raspberry Honey Syrup Over at Food in Jars: Small Batch Strawberry Balsamic Jam […]

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No Pectin Apple Plum Jelly

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No Pectin Apple Plum Jelly

How to make any no-pectin jelly. My husband thinks perhaps I have gone overboard making jam this year. Although I give it away as gifts, he says we don’t know that many people. There are 86 jars so he may have a point. But I love to make long cooking, no pectin jams. There are […]

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Fig Jam with Anise Recipe

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Fig Jam with Anise Recipe

Indulge in a Mediterranean treat with homemade fig jam.   I love fresh figs. Good ones. Nice ripe, juicy, figs. Soft to the bite, but rich in flavor. Similar to a date, but less heavy. Figs are native to the Mediterranean region, and even grow in several places here in the U.S. But not in […]

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How to Make Quince Paste

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How to Make Quince Paste

Quince paste can easily be made at home, it just requires a strong stirring arm!   Several times over the past few months we have visited our local farmer for boxes of apricots, peaches, and apples. Each time we drove onto the farm, I kept my eye on a fairly small, unassuming tree perched on […]

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