fresh strawberry rhubarb jam
Coconut "Haystack" Macaroons and my other favorite Passover desserts!
Sweet, tart and with a hint of bitterness: Blood Orange Marmalade
Crimson-hued blood orange slices, ready to be turned into homemade marmalade.
make your own black cherry preserve today!
Raspberry Pate de Fruits. These are so easy to make, but they look elegant and lovely.
Pluot Jams - it doesnt get easier or simpler than this
The Purple color couldnt have been depicted better than this beautiful and delicious Plum jam
Meyer Lemon Vanilla Bean Marmalade - easy and delicious!
The best way to warm up those winter mornings? Homemade marmalade on hot, buttered toast.
Argentine Malbec Jam on Toast. This exotic jam is made from wine in the Mendoza region of Argentina
Delicious and homemade, raspberry jam. Yum!
Baked Quince and Apple Jam
thumbprint cookies- buttery goodness with a dollop of fruit.
Satsuma mandarin orange marmalade
give jewels for the holiday... pomegranate jam
Sicilian citrus gelee
Lemon marmalade with pomelo peel: not bittersweet, but bittersour - and unexpected delicious
I prepare myself to the Winter before. And I will start with the jams. Quince jam and a delicious breakfast with black Tea..
When the lemon balm starts to take over the garden, you can make this gorgeously fragrant jelly- and it's great on toast!
Pomegranate Jam with Cinnamon and Ginger.
Stumped on what to give your loved ones for the holidays? Check out this list of 10 great homemade gift ideas.
Tomato jam on toast
Cheese in Cracker (with Carrot and Orange Marmalade)
Satsuma Mandarin Jam evokes a bright summer sunrise even on a gray November morning.
Spiced Apple Jelly
Apple Jellies: Hold on to apple season for as long as you can.
Green tomato jam is delicious, and it even made me eat breakfast...which is a big deal to me as I never have breakfast!
Peaches & cardamom preserve
Donna Hay's Spoon-Dent Biscuits (cookies?) perfect for using all those summer fruit preserves you just made
Fruits of the forest jam!
The world's most expensive jam is made from hand-seeded red currants. See my interview with the man behind this 700-year-old product prepared with goose quills - once a favorite of Kings and Queens.