|Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts|
|by Sara Paston-Williams|
In Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts, Sara Paston-Williams presents a collection of recipes that are both simple and delectable: apple and thyme je...
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Thoroughly mix strawberries ... lemon juice and Certo; add to ... 3 minutes. Ladle jam into 5 - ... Keep what you can eat in refrigerator. Freeze the rest.
Use any containers ... set. Then store in freezer. If jam will be used within 2 or 3 weeks, it may be stored in refrigerator. Makes about 5 cups of jam.
Use any containers, ... hours to set. Then store in freezer. If jam will be used within 2 or 3 weeks, it may be stored in refrigerator. Makes about 5 cups.
Mix ingredients and stir 3 minutes. Let stand overnight and freeze. Remove 1 hour before serving.
Wash, scald and ... in freezer. If jam will be used ... it will have a natural fruit color and a softer set that is easier to spread. Makes about 5 cups.
Fruit should be room temperature. Mash. Add sugar. Let stand 10 minutes, stirring. Mix lemon juice with 1 pouch pectin. Add to fruit and stir for 3 ...
(Cherries may be ... 1/2 bottle of Certo, 1 teaspoon red ... and continue to cook for 3 minutes stirring constantly. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.
Boil jars on ... stirring constantly. Open Certo fruit pectin pouch ... check seals. Adding 1/2 teaspoon of butter will prevent foaming during cooking.
Clean strawberries and mash them. Mix with sugar and lemon juice. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Mix in pectin. Place in containers and let stand at ...
First, prepare the ... Then make the jam. Carefully but ... glasses. Cover at once with 1/8 inch hot paraffin. Makes about 8 cups or 10 (6 oz.) glasses.
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