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43 Reviews |  By Lennie

Here is a basic strawberry jam recipe; no-cook. Once you try this and see how easy it is, you'll never buy commercial strawberry jam again!

Recipe #31972

Freezer jam is the very best because the berries are not cooked. It tastes like fresh fruit. Strawberry jam in my husbands favorite.

Recipe #238839

I have been making these for years and years now, and I always like to have a jar handy in the pantry. They are great to munch on with cold meats, cheeses, bread and crackers, as well as being a much loved and traditional accompaniment to Ploughman's Lunch and also Fish and Chips. You will often see large jars of pickled onions in British fish and chip shops, AND on the bar in British pubs! If you start these in October, they will be ready to eat by Christmas and New year - making them an ideal addition for your cold buffet table and cheese boards. Please note, this is an easy and therefore a NON BRINING method; they will last for about 6 to 9 months in ideal conditions, a cool and dark pantry or store cupboard. If you wish to make these in bulk to last a couple of years, you need to brine the onions first; I have added brining notes at the end of the recipe instructions. I hope you will enjoy these as much as we do!

Recipe #255611

1 Reviews |  By Lali

This was my Mom's favorite for Peach Jam.

Recipe #18088

So easy to make! It makes one jar and is good on toast, or for whatever recipe you use Orange Marmalade for. Enjoy!

Recipe #78925

Rhubarb, sugar, raspberry gelatin, as well as strawberry gelatin, and canned blueberry pie filling; make up this wonderful tasting jam.

Recipe #235136

We love pickles and beets.

Recipe #188548

Marmalade was my Father-In-Law's favourite. We never ate it because it was so bitter, so I just made it for him. Over the years, I came to discover that it was the pith and the membrane that made me turn up my nose to this glowing concoction. I can guarantee you, that if you follow my method, you will have the best bottle of sunshine you can imagine. UPDATE Aug 18/08: I'm very happy to say that this recipe won Second Place in the "Certo" category, and Third Place in the "Marmalade" category at our local fair.

Recipe #222217

A friend of mine gave me a few bags of oranges from her tree, so I went on a hunt for recipes using oranges and this is one of them. It's so simple and it's really good.

Recipe #98903

6 Reviews |  By blgpts

I found this on the web someplace and I tried this one and it came out fine. makes a great sugar free jam, and is delicious as a sauce.Time is guess work... don't know for sure.And serving size of course, is impossible to guess at, so I am guessing at the number of containers, since it depends on the size you use.

Recipe #224263

Found this online and have no idea how many servings it makes. Any berry can be used. Enjoy!(Time does not include preparation of berries.)

Recipe #224265

6 Reviews |  By Mikekey

Serve this on burgers, hot dogs, steak or chicken. This is from an old booklet put out by the Walla Walla Gardeners Association. Walla Walla is in SW Washington state.

Recipe #186722

Very unusual tasting. Though it takes four-days to make this marmalade, it's all passive time, and so worth the effort. Roast a chicken with this, spread on bagels, biscuits. Makes a good filling for a layer cake. The finished product has a dark amber color and a slightly "toasty" or burnt flavor. From "Food Down Under," this is a magnificent marmalade.

Recipe #135096

Delicious on buttered toast, cream cheese and bagles. Not overly sweet.

Recipe #154154

1 Reviews |  By Bev

Try on my recipe for Recipe #56891.

Recipe #56892

32 Reviews |  By Bergy

I have made these garlic pickles for the last 8 years and friends love them. The original recipe was in "Company's Coming" but I have made a few changes to suit my taste. It is a good recipe.

Recipe #13126

I'll be honest-I never tried this relish when my grandma served it because I wasn't too keen on the look of it. This year I "inherited" 15 zucchini and have been told I'll be "inheriting" more. Out of desperation, I decided to make a batch of her relish. I reasoned that everyone else in the family loves it-I'll give it to them. Now that I've actually eaten it-I'm not sharing. This is not only a great way to use up a bumper crop of zucchini it's a great condiment!

Recipe #133166

A nice addition to burgers or hot dogs. And very pretty for gift giving. You could substitute green bell peppers for the red ones, but it wouldn't be as attractive. You can also substitute zucchini for part of the cucumbers if desired.

Recipe #124054

14 Reviews |  By Dib's

A basic, sweet pickle relish recipe for canning.

Recipe #10903

This is my MIL recipe. It's very good, and a good way to use those left over green tomatoes at the end of summer. It's so nice to open a jar and make fried green tomatoes!

Recipe #92294

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