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Wild Plum Jelly

Wild Plum Jelly

Wild Plum Jelly

I've had this recipe for ages. Each year when the wild plums are ripe, I'll fill my pail and make this jelly. It's so good served with toast, pancakes or waffles! —Ludell Heuser, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin

Christmas Jam

Christmas Jam

Christmas Jam

I have a passion for cooking, and it's probably my grandmother I can thank for it. She was a marvelous cook who could really stretch a food dollar. All the same, I've had my share of trial and error over the years. Shortly after we were married, my husband and I were invited to a family picnic. I made the prettiest potato salad you'd ever hope to seen. There was only one problem with that dish I was so proud of—I hadn't cooked the potatoes!

Cherry Almond Preserves

Cherry Almond Preserves

Cherry Almond Preserves

This recipe came from my mother-in-law. It's very old-fashioned—in fact, the friend who gave it to her used to cook it up on an old wood stove. With all the cherry orchards here in Bitterroot Valley, I make two batches of these preserves each summer. (I get the cherries from a nearby cannery by the gallons!) My family likes them on fresh bread, muffins, pancakes and even ice cream—the consistency's similar to a topping. I have to be careful, though, and ration the jars out or they'd be the first thing to disappear from the root cellar! Both my husband and I serve as 4-H leaders. We have three children—girls 16 and 14 and a son who's 12.

Rhubarb Jelly

Rhubarb Jelly

Rhubarb Jelly

To be honest, I don't especially like cooking. My husband, however, loves it! Now that he's retired, Bob's taken up making jelly. I help him with the pouring and skimming for this one—my own personal favorite. It's nice as both a breakfast spread and a topping for pork or other meat. Bob and I have two grown daughters an also a grandson.

Zucchini Pineapple Jam

Zucchini Pineapple Jam

Zucchini Pineapple Jam

Need a way to use up zucchini? Try this wonderfully flavored jam. The pineapple adds so much sweetness.—Kathy Weese, Jackson, Ohio

Corncob Jelly

Corncob Jelly

Corncob Jelly

Making this jelly every year in the summer is a tradition in my family. I often give this jelly as a gift.—Marge Hagy, Brewster, Washington

Freezer Raspberry Sauce

Freezer Raspberry Sauce

Freezer Raspberry Sauce

This is a great topping for ice cream, and—since it's thicker than sweetened berries—it's nice over sponge cake or shortcake, too. My family especially enjoys spreading with sour cream and plain yogurt over waffles. In fact, no one ever asks for maple syrup anymore! —Katie Koziolek, Hartland, Minnesota

Blushing Peach Jam

Blushing Peach Jam

Blushing Peach Jam

My husband, son and I live on 10 acres where we tend a large garden and acres of pumpkins. We love this jam so much we're going to start growing raspberries, too.

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

I love making and enjoying this jam, but I usually end up giving most of it away! It's always a well-received gift.

Zucchini Peach Jelly

Zucchini Peach Jelly

Zucchini Peach Jelly

I like to use this jelly as a condiment. It's always a conversation piece...everyone wonder about the "green" ingredient! This beautiful jelly is so easy to make and I often use it as a gift-giving item for the holidays.
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