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By Rita~ on May 17, 2004
"I had bought a large jar of cherries to make my Three Not So Blind Mice Three Not so Blind Mice , So with the left overs I soaked them and they disappeared!!! Also the left over Rum that soaked the Cherries can be used in a drink of your choice or try it in my Cranberry, Apple Spiced Tea #48626"
Prep Time: 2 mins
Total Time: 2 mins
By Leopardstripes on October 8, 2009
"This is a copycat of the Torani-style flavored syrup. You can also use almond extract, hazelnut, or any other flavor. Easy and inexpensive, compared to coffee-shop prices! Makes a nice holiday or hostess gift."
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
By French Tart on June 26, 2010
"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..."
Prep Time: 48 hrs
Total Time: 48 hrs 10 mins
By JustJanS on May 31, 2009
By French Tart on September 27, 2009
"When my two fig trees are in season, I struggle to cope with the amount of fruit they produce..........a rather nice problem I have to admit! We eat figs fresh with nearly every meal; I make jams, conserves and also bottle the fruit in liquor. However, this is one of my favourite ways of using some of my fresh figs, and this chutney is just amazing..."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 20 mins
By French Tart on October 1, 2007
"I cannot resist sharing this recipe with you all, if only to try to preserve its delightful name! Nobody appears to know where the name originated from, although it has been suggested that it was an enterprising farmer’s wife, using up her windfall fruit that came up with the quirky name. The jam is thought to originate from Worcestershire, although..."
Ingredients: cooking apples, fresh gingerroot...
Prep Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 55 mins
By Charlotte J on December 27, 2007
By BecR on September 3, 2009
"Old fashioned strawberry goodness! This delicious jam with its rich, fruity Strawberry flavor is lovely served on warm buttered Strawberry and Cream Scones with Devon or Cornish cream (see my Homemade Lemon Clotted Cream) for a traditional English Strawberry Cream Tea. An updated old family recipe. Enjoy!"
Prep Time: 24 hrs
Total Time: 24 hrs