Monthly Archives: November 2010

Holidays

Not much to report on this week, by which I mean I didn’t make a new flavor. I did make a lot more apple butter, more cranberry jalapeno, and sangria, all of which seem somewhat holiday’ish’ to me. No more Eastside … Continue reading

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Jam and Jeruselum

Well, even the Brits are doing it. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/8140914/Jam-making-the-contest-thats-hotter-than-Strictly-Come-Dancing.html I think a jam contest would be fun, so perhaps I’ll start one during the dog days of winter.

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A Marketing Dilemma

So, I was reading the River Cottage Preserves cookbook, and I had just bought a cool apple peeling machine, and I came across a recipe called “compost-heap jelly.” Being who I am, fond of both recycling and irony, I proceeded … Continue reading

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This jam tastes like Passover!

That was the comment made by a young women on Sunday at the Fremont Market. She was tasting the Pear with Pinot Noir and cinnamon, which could I guess taste like the combination of  cinnamon flavored haroset and sweet red … Continue reading

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Why my jam is better

The reason my jam is better is that I’ve got better ingrediants Continue reading

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