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    I created this recipe many years ago when I was looking to do something a little different with my grandma's old fashioned potato salad dressing recipe (which is great by the way). I am now mortified that I actually used canned green chilis...it is much better with fresh ones!

    Recipe #389400

    A deep coloured, fruity and intensely flavoured chutney. I concocted this recipe last year, when we had lots of windfall pears......and, I slipped a bit of saffron in for good measure! This chutney is delicious with ALL cheeses, but especially strong hard cheeses such as Farmhouse Cheddar, Gruyere, Comte and Cantal. It also goes exceedingly well with cold meats and charcuterie - especially cold roast Ham. Dollop it in sandwiches, add it to curry & cooking sauces.....the list is endless for this fruity chutney! It is always best eaten after at least 1-2 months; the flavours are mature and mellow. (This recipe has been posted as a special dedication for two close friends, one on RecipeZaar and one who sadly passed away recently - may all your pears be saffron pears & all your days be golden.)

    Recipe #228772

    An easy and old fashioned pickle that takes its name from the fact that this pickle goes so well with simple bread and butter, or sandwiches. This pickle must be stored in a DARK place, or the cucumbers will lose their colour, and it is best eaten after 2 months. I always try to have a jar or two of this colourful and tangy pickle tucked away in my pantry - as it makes fabulous sandwiches for teatime or picnics, as well as being an ideal accompaniment for simple suppers and light toasted snacks. This recipe is ideal when cucumbers are cheap or you have a glut in your garden. If you don't have time to wait before eating this, I also have a "quick" recipe for this type of pickle posted on Zaar: Recipe #245742 .

    Recipe #299697

    A fabulous recipe for a soft set strawberry jam, or rather a strawberry conserve, where most of the fruit remains whole and is suspended in a delicious strawberry flavoured jammy syrup! This conserve reminds me of the traditional Cream Teas you get in the West country of England - especially Devon and Cornwall; a pot of tea served with fluffy fresh scones, butter, thick cream and this strawberry conserve. (Preparation time includes the 2 days allowed for the fruit to stand in the sugar.) This type of jam recipe is also very French, they tend to have a softer set jam here in France - it is lovely to see WHOLE pieces of fruit on your toast or scones! I also use this for steamed puddings - absolutely divine!

    Recipe #299326

    A wonderful old English Medieval recipe for rose petal jam or rather rose petal conserve, as this is a soft set jam. Serve this elegant and fragrant jam with scones, pancakes or use it to sandwich sponge cakes together........smells heavenly and tastes magical. Make sure that the rose petals you use are not exposed to traffic pollution or have been sprayed with fertiliser. The title is taken from my namesake, the Scottish poet Robert Burns and his poem: O, my luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June, O, my luve's like the melodie, That's sweetly play'd in tune. Rose petal jam is also found in the Middle East and Turkey, along with high quality rose water; I sometimes add a few drops of rosewater for an extra floral kick! I have stated red rose petals as they give the best colour - but any highly scented roses would be fine to use in this recipe.

    Recipe #301796

    Lovely on pancakes and waffles! Syrup can also be added to lemonade.

    Recipe #206175

    8 Reviews |  By AshK

    I've tasted this recipe many times. The apples are great over ice cream or as a topping for french toast or pancakes. I am planning on trying to make it this fall.

    Recipe #243773

    4 Reviews |  By kfcook

    Serve this over cream cheese, with crackers. add to burgers, pimento cheese.

    Recipe #158284

    Blue Ribbon Preserves

    Recipe #152586

    My oldest boy loves orange flavored syrup. It's hard to find it in the store so I made some up for his birthday for pancakes. This is very rich and orangey so a little goes a long way.

    Recipe #138412

    This is a good syrup with a little different flavour. It does not need to be canned for finishing, just keep syrup in jar with a lid in the refrigerator. Processed in boiling water bath, it will keep for a year, if you don't process the syrup in canning jars it will keep in the refrigerator for a month or so. This is great on pancakes or on My Favourite French Toast, recipe #107988, and is also delish as a dessert sauce.

    Recipe #110028

    I was looking for a tomatillo salsa recipe for canning & couldn't find one that suited our Taste so, I came up this this one. Everyone that has tried it likes it. We have a lot of tomatillos in the garden, so I wanted a way to use them.

    Recipe #36084

    8 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is a "more traditional" pumpkin butter recipe, since it is cooked. Its very yummy as a spread, or used as the pumpkin layer in "pumpkin cheese pie". In a fancy canning jar, it makes a tasty gift. (Cook time includes 10 minute water bath.) You can use Libby's "Solid Pack" canned pumpkin, or your own homemade pumpkin puree for this recipe. Recipe posted on Oct.2, 2002 http://www.fcs.uga.edu/pubs/current/FDNS-E-P.html FYI - NOTE: It is true that previous USDA recommendations had directions for canning mashed winter squash, but USDA withdrew those recommendations. Any publications preceding the Complete Guide to Home Canning (September 1994 revision) are considered out of date. (FYI posted on May 21, 2008)

    Recipe #42278

    An easy way to make sweet pickles, bet you can't eat 1.This receipe was given to us by our friend Doyle.

    Recipe #163897

    This pickle is made the traditional way, with a short brining to keep the onions crisp, and with cool rather than hot vinegar. If you'd like to can the onions, though, use two one-pint or four half-pint Mason jars instead of a quart jar, and pour the spiced vinegar over the onions while the vinegar is hot. Seal the jars immediately with hot two-piece caps, and process the jars for 10 minutes in a boiling-water bath. Sharp-tasting, brown malt vinegar is available at most supermarkets. If you can't find it, or if you'd like a milder pickle, use white wine vinegar.

    Recipe #32727

    This is is response to a request for raspberry preserves. Cook time is estimated.

    Recipe #54359

    This recipe was created by my husband Armando (Mondo) who has come up with this recipe after searching for a good hot & spicy pickle and couldn't find one that was spicy enough! People beg for jars of these and my friend Stacey claims that they cure any cold!!HA!

    Recipe #65005

    This is my dad's recipe. They can be eaten right out of the jar, but they also work well in many recipes.

    Recipe #248352

    We had pickled grapes as part of an appetizer that was served at Teatro ZinZanni. These ones don't taste exactly the same as the ones chef Tom Douglas served there, but they're a tasty addition to a cheese or charcuterie plate. They taste similar to a sweet pickle, only better. I like to mix red and green seedless grapes, but you can use one or the other. I also use Splenda, but feel free to use granulated sugar if you desire. This recipe is adapted from one I found on NPR, which in turn was adapted from a recipe from Seattle's Boat Street Cafe. They are ready to eat after about 8hrs in the brine.

    Recipe #288329

    3 Reviews |  By Jockey

    This recipe is on several internet sites so not sure who really to give credit to but did not see anything like it on Zaar. I looked at it and thought "Oh Brother" but it was worth it. Really it was! Super little sweet crunchy gherkins!

    Recipe #245820

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