Tag Archives: Jam

Gooseberry Jam and Sauce

Gooseberries are slightly sour slightly sweet berry which is very high is acid content which also helps to make a great sauce without adding gelatin to the recipe.  Gooseberries can be used baked in pound cake recipes and muffins as … Continue reading

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Carrot Conserve

A conserve made with carrots has been found to be surprisingly delicious with a few extra dimensions of texture and flavour, and it has the added advantage of being completely inexpensive to prepare.  Used for breakfast on toast or for … Continue reading

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Ground Cherries

Once extracted from its tiny attractive paper lantern-shaped wrapper, Ground Cherries may be eaten raw or used in salads, desserts, over ice cream, as a flavoring, and in jams and jellies served with meats or fresh cheeses. They can also … Continue reading

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Amazing Apricot Jam

Making jam is so much easier and safer than most people think. After all, 100 years ago everyone used to can food, unless they were millionaire financiers or nomadic tribesmen. If our pioneering ancestors could do it, so can you! … Continue reading

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Fresh Organic Strawberry Syrup

Fresh Strawberries, truly a taste of summer.  Imagine yourself on a bright and sunny yet breezy Saturday morning, sitting on your balcony, deck or patio relaxing and enjoying a stack of freshly made, hot off the griddle pancakes drizzled with … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Jam

So, here it is, the hottest day so far, and my rhubarb is calling, “Make Me”.  I have no choice in the matter.  I begin early in the day, chopping and preparing the sour thick little rhizomes of this very ornamental … Continue reading

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