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myke243

Posted 12:39 pm, 05/07/2014

moving101 (view profile)

Posted 12:34 pm, 05/05/2014

Nothing beats homemade strawberry freezer jam.

I use to make this stuff and it beat anything from the store. Fresh wild strawberries if you can get them.

ShouldHaveBeenACowboy

Posted 11:37 am, 05/07/2014

I've been wanting to try this one. It's called black and blue. http://www.myrecipes.com/m/...000134857/

Old Dixie Dog

Posted 11:07 am, 05/07/2014

We make a variety of jams each summer. Strawberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Peach,and My favorite Sour Cherry!!! We grow all the fruit to make our jams, and it is made as soon as we harvest it. The jam, a little butter, in a warm cathead is mighty tasty on a cold winter day!!!

mommom

Posted 10:37 am, 05/07/2014

Strawberry

broketh

Posted 7:47 am, 05/07/2014

muscadine jelly is very good.just doesn' come in every year.

Bestill

Posted 12:57 am, 05/07/2014

That sounds good. I do not know what it is about the jalapeno and fruit but what a great combination!

morningman

Posted 10:10 pm, 05/06/2014

I don't have a recipe, but my moms grape is my favorite!

thatdoorguy

Posted 4:20 pm, 05/06/2014

Raspberry Jalapeno from Redneck Chefs is the most addictive jam I've ever tried. You have to order online but it's worth it, although a bit pricey. They also have a great Jalapeno relish called "crack on a cracker" that is incredible. Sweet and with a kick. Also have many other varieties. Getting ready to order another half case.

Candystripe

Posted 1:33 pm, 05/05/2014

Homemade cranberry (when it is in season).

moving101

Posted 12:34 pm, 05/05/2014

Nothing beats homemade strawberry freezer jam.

http://www.ourbestbites.com...eezer-jam/

Jude

Posted 12:34 pm, 05/05/2014

I make a fig preserve, old family recipe that I use in a cookie for the holidays.

Jude

Posted 12:31 pm, 05/05/2014

Why not post the recipes on here so others can try them....just a thought

carolinajammer

Posted 11:42 am, 05/05/2014

i love fresh orange jam. goddess we may have to swap some recipes. also i would love to try an apple jalapeno. that sounds pretty interesting

1goddess

Posted 7:48 pm, 05/04/2014

making jams and jellies really isn't difficult at all.

Bestill I found a nice recipe for that Jalapeno Apple Jam...can't wait to try it!!!

littlebobbie

Posted 7:48 pm, 05/04/2014

Seedless Blackberry and Pumpkin Butter from Tennesse at Cades Cove

kenc

Posted 7:43 pm, 05/04/2014

Strawberry preserves, from the store.

mr.metaltrucker

Posted 7:06 pm, 05/04/2014

strawberry jam rules!

blimey2

Posted 7:02 pm, 05/04/2014

I've never tried to make my own but I've gotten plenty of yummy ones at the Farmer's Market at Smoot Park and the Friday market in Wilkesboro.

1goddess

Posted 6:40 pm, 05/04/2014

one

1goddess

Posted 6:39 pm, 05/04/2014

EeeWee

wait till you taste my special apple butters too!

Bestill, that's a new on for me...I'm looking for a recipe fer that...if not...it's time to experiment

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