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    8 Reviews |  By Lennie

    An easy blueberry jam.

    Recipe #12706

    I adapted this from a Good Housekeeping cookbook on preserving. I picked my own blackberries, but you can use storebought ones instead. There is enough pectin in the cooking apples, lemon and blackberries for the jam to set, no need to add any. I didn't use the liqueur as it was listed as an optional ingredient.

    Recipe #258267

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Savor your homegrown tomatoes all year, by making this smokey, garlic filled salsa. Do use the food processor to shred the veggies to cut chopping time down. If you have the time roast your garlic then add it to the salsa to double the pleasure! ;)

    Recipe #386343

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Right out of the garden goods to make a yummy spicy salsa.Using really hot chilies. But skip them if you want it calm.Garden fresh zucchini, tomatoes and onions with fresh herbs. Do use a FOOD PROCESSOR for chopping your veggies to save on time.

    Recipe #385415

    Top your next burger, meatloaf glaze ribs or chicken with this! Depending on how much water your tomatoes have will determine how long to cook.

    Recipe #385493

    9 Reviews |  By katew

    Something I am keen to try ! The serving size I put in is just a random number so take no notice of it !!

    Recipe #384151

    A friend at work gave these to me last Christmas, and I had to have the recipe. These are so good! I can eat them right out of the jar, but they are especially good on burgers with monterrey jack cheese, with turnip greens, or peas or beans (southern style). The amount of sugar is an estimate...basically you equal it to the amount of jalapeno slices you have. Easy and delicious!

    Recipe #364662

    Awesome Mustard for anything from pretzels, sandwiches, or glazes on hams. I add more peppers than in the recipe for a hotter butter (approx 60 ranging med-large). Also I am trying other peppers as well, habenero, maybe only 10-12...I'll have to let you know how it works :) You will not be disappointed! I have sold the canned product to many family and friends and they can only say this is the best! Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #137562

    HP Sauce to the British is like Ketchup to every North American. It took me years to create this clone, it's original, and it's perfect. Try it for yourself. Recipe volume can be increased 4 times without flavour loss.

    Recipe #207575

    I found this recipe in an Amish cookbook that was published by a local Amish restaurant by the employees. My kids love this jam and always ask for it every year when rhubarb is in season.

    Recipe #235589

    Ahhh! Refreshing homemade Strawberry Lemonade, in bottles, in your cupboard, ready to be mixed with water and served over ice whenever the mood hits you...... first, though there's a bit of work to be done......

    Recipe #66453

    This is the best selling, fabulous tasting, world famous Tomato Relish as made by the "Boonooroo Brown Paper-bag Ladies" This is REALLY like granma used to make. If I buy "cooking tomatoes" and they are very pale, I add a small tub of tomato paste. You can add garlic, or herbs to this recipe, but I dont find it needs it. I always double this recipe, cause I am constantly being asked for it :) I use good quality brown vinegar, but the my fellow Bag Ladies use the generic stuff.

    Recipe #360286

    Attractive when mixed colours are placed in jars. I have made these for several years taken from the All about Pickling Book.

    Recipe #228189

    This was given to me by a friend. Dora used to make this for the church bazaars. I make some every year. Serve it with meat or on a hamburger. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #179363

    As requested, found this one in Country Woman Magazine, by Elizabeth Baker. I haven't tried this one yet, but it sounds interesting. You could substitute strawberry gelatin for raspberry.

    Recipe #72127

    Excellent jam and no Certo needed. The raspberries have natural pectin in their seeds and that is enough to thicken it. 5 lbs = 9 cups crushed berries.

    Recipe #35192

    Preserve your summer peaches in this spicy, flavorful syrup. Very pretty presentation, too!

    Recipe #249743

    Recipe #252476

    21 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Use to top ice-cream,your favorite scones,toast, etc.! Makes a great gift wrapped with a pretty ribbon!

    Recipe #64061

    This is yummy!!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #50631

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