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Quince Orange Marmalade

Quince Orange Marmalade

Quince Orange Marmalade

Quince sweetens this marmalade as it simmers and fills the house with its distinctive autumn aroma. It’s great on toast or bagels for breakfast in the morning! Thanks to our Test Kitchen for the recipe.

Raspberry Plum Jam

Raspberry Plum Jam

Raspberry Plum Jam

The thing I like best about this jam is the way the plums stretch the flavor of the raspberries. I make it when plums are in season, and we enjoy it all winter long on toast or homemade bread. For a few years, my husband and I had a small acreage with chickens, rabbits and sheep. Although we now live in town, our hearts still belong in the country! We have six children—three of them grown, two teenagers plus a girl who's 10—and two grandchildren.

Strawberry-Thyme Jam

Strawberry-Thyme Jam

Strawberry-Thyme Jam

I created this recipe using two ingredients that I love: strawberry and thyme. This recipe is ideal slathered on homemade farm biscuits.—Sharon Demers, Dolores, Colorado
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Tuscan Sun-Dried Tomato Jam

Tuscan Sun-Dried Tomato Jam

Tuscan Sun-Dried Tomato Jam

This jam has a robust flavor that complements anything it's served with. The taste and texture make it a yummy substitute for tomato paste.—Barbie Miller, Oakdale, Minnesota

Wild Berry Freezer Jam

Wild Berry Freezer Jam

Wild Berry Freezer Jam

One year, I decided I wanted to make a wild berry jam but couldn't find a recipe, so I invented my own.—Barbara Hohmann, Petawawa, Ontario

Clover Honey

Clover Honey

Clover Honey

This recipe comes from my mother-in-law, Myrtress Harrington, who enjoyed the pretty golden spread over pancakes, French toast and breakfast cereal when she was a girl.—Myrtress Harrington, Steuben, Maine

Cranberry Lime Curd

Cranberry Lime Curd

Cranberry Lime Curd

When I was visiting a friend in California, she made this fruity curd for brunch. It was so tasty and refreshing that I brought the recipe home with me.—Billie Schneider, Tarkio, Missouri

Lemon Curd

Lemon Curd

Lemon Curd

I make this for traditional English tea. My guests are so impressed and are amazed how delicious it is!—Gloria Costes, West Hills, California

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

With just five simple ingredients, kids of all ages can stir up this sweet peanut butter spread in a jiffy. "It's my husband's favorite," notes Connie Bell of Wagoner, Oklahoma. "It's wonderful slathered on warm biscuits for breakfast."

Plum-Kissed Pear Jam

Plum-Kissed Pear Jam

Plum-Kissed Pear Jam

"Years ago, when I complained my pear jam was bland, an aunt suggested that I add plum pulp to my next batch," recalls Margaret Zickert from Deerfield, Wisconsin. "I did...and then I won the grand prize in a recipe contest with the thick tasty results!"

Rosy Cider Jelly

Rosy Cider Jelly

Rosy Cider Jelly

For an easy-to-prepare present, try this jelly made with cider and cranberry juice. I got the recipe, now a family favorite, from our local county Extension office.
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