Nov 26, 2012
This summer I replaced 1 cup of blackberry juice with port wine and made blackberry-port jelly.
I also added 1/4 cup cocoa to my blackberry jelly another time and dubbed it Blackberry Forest. Yummy with the traditional peanut sandwich or spooned over ice-cream.
Sep 22, 2012
I picked the blackberries and Italian prunes at my Aunt's house in Seattle a few weeks ago, froze them and brought them on the plane with me. I picked the figs at my friend's house, and froze them. It has cooled off a bit, so I figured I would make jam for Christmas gifts today. I'm very happy with it all today.
Jul 12, 2012
May 30, 2012
This jam from the above blog was terrific. I increased the habanero to a whole one and added one more jalapeno with seeds since after it cooked a bit, it really didn't seem hot. It's still not very hot, but it's nicely balanced in flavors.
It was adapted from the original in Homegrown: Pure and Simple by Michel Nischan. Mine was closer to the adaptation by Local Kitchen. You should try it. It is so good.
Apr 11, 2012
This is one awesome recipe that I found on the internet. It is delish!!! I went to make a second batch and ran out of cranberries, so I added 1 cup more of orange, and 1 cup of fresh pineapple and 2 packs of pectin for it to gel.
Love both versions and probably it will remain my favorite jam since it is my first "cooked" jam. I have officially canned all by myself with success! Yeah....I just LOVE it!!!
Aug 4, 2011
Jul 12, 2011
It was so easy, but I forgot to save it and now can't find it..Has anyone heard of this recipe?
Mar 25, 2011
In the meantime...had a craving for a different sort of snack today, so I simply topped Ritz crackers with whipped cream cheese & store bought (red) jalapeno pepper jelly.
Easy "Ritzy" Snack Crackers