All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Jam’

Bumbleberry Jam Recipe

Bumbleberry Jam

What’s a bumbleberry? Do they grow in bumbles? On bumble bushes? In a bumble patch? Yes! Bumbleberry is a mixture of at least three different kinds of berries so they do grow in bushes and patches. Perhaps on trees and vines as well. This recipe for Bumbleberry Jam comes to us from the Best of Bridge Home Preserving recipe book. …

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July 2014 Free Printable Calendar From Garden Therapy

July’s Free Printable Calendar

I’m a few days late with the calendar this month. You see, I was out picking berries and having picnics and enjoying all that summer has to offer. If you haven’t yet gobbled down handfuls of fresh berries, what are you waiting for?! They just don’t get any better than they are right now. In celebration of berries everywhere, here …

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Cherry Jam Sour Cherry Jam Recipe

Sour Cherry Jam

This Sour Cherry Jam recipe is brought to you by Zoe over at Scout’s Stitches.   She also helped review The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener by Niki Jabbour and I’m excited to have her back. ~ Thank you, Stevie, for having me as a guest today. My name is Zoe and I blog over at Scout’s Stitches. I write about whatever I feel like, mostly cooking, sewing …

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Blood Orange And Raspberry Jam On ToastSmall

Blood Orange and Raspberry Jam Recipe

Some things seem to be drawn together organically, like the flavors of blood orange and raspberry.  It’s citrus season here in the winter- the only time of the year blood oranges are available. Since raspberries are abundant in late summer this jam recipe is prepared for over 6 months.  Despite having very different seasons the tie between these two fruits is undeniable. …

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Black And Blue Berry Jam On Toast Small

Black and Blue Berry Jam Recipe

I just can’t stop eating the scrumptious blackberry and blueberry I made this past weekend.  I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that it tastes this good, I mean these two fruits were obviously meant to go together: they grew only steps from each other. When went for my annual wild blackberry picking pilgrimage, I stopped off at my favorite organic blueberry …

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