Monthly Archives: July 2010

May All Berries Be Happy!

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Pepper Jelly Reconsidered

   I’ve never been a fan of pepper jelly. I have memories of extremely hot jalapeno jelly with cream cheese and I didn’t like it at all. I was persuaded to make some to sell — many people asked for … Continue reading

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A lush, lush life

I’ve been expanding my little jam library and finally got the River Cottage Preserves book Continue reading

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What I don’t have.

necterine with organic nectarines from Tinys, blackberry, blueberry with lime, both with organic berries from Hayton Farms, and Apricot with ginger Continue reading

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The search for Peychaud…

I though I had finally made up a jam flavor, but then found someone else had beat me too it. Continue reading

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Raspberry Lime

The new flavor was Raspberry Lime, Continue reading

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Fruit and Spices

The strawberry with chipoltle tasted great Continue reading

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Zombies and Raspberries

The strawberry chipoltle, on the other hand has a wonderful smokey flavor Continue reading

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Thoughts at the beginning of July

I’ve been stuck into Tigress’s CanJam June results for the last two days Continue reading

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