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Wednesday, June 06, 2012


Yesterday morning I had 4 pounds of strawberries.  By dinner time last night I had 7 half pints of strawberry jam.  Yum!  This is the second time I've made jam and I felt much more confident in what I was doing this time around.  It also seemed to go faster.  I might try a different fruit next week.  Peaches are in season here now...



Blogger Sheri said...

You must be a very organized, ambitious person! You get more done in a day than I get done in 6 months! I made strawberry jam years ago and it lasted about a week. We put it on EVERYTHING!

8:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yummyyyyyyy. you would not want to send one glass of the jam to Switzerland by any chance?

3:51 PM  
Anonymous Kate said...

Thanks for reminding me - I've gotta stop by the farmer's market this weekend! :-)

8:30 AM  

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