Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the steamy summers and warm in the frosty winters of The Great White North.
OOooh, yes please! It looks lovely - bet it tastes good, too!Sue x
Oh; I'd LOVE a jar of this.
The jam looks and sounds delicious. I told my wife to get some Jam. She came back and said they only had peach and grape. I never heard of grape jam. Anyway, mother used to make some preserves and jelly and jams but I don't know the recipes.It was good stuff.
May I have 2 pieces of toast, please? And am I limitied as to the amount of jam I pile on the toast? Tea? Milk? Which ever is easiest. Thank you.
I'm ready - without problem - to give my postal address! Even nicer if you brought it personally of course! (Would be happy with only one piece!)
REPLY ALL:Oh, I forgot to tell you that I bake my own bread.... so it would be home-made toast AND home-made jam.... and Rosie, you can have as much jam as you want!Peter: I don't think the toast would make it through the mail in one piece, so I'll bring you some next time I'm in Paris!Sue, Tut and Abe: come on over, the kettle's on for tea!
OMG that looks so good!
This is one of my absolute favorite things to do. Putting food by and ending up with jewel colors in jars makes me very very happy. I love your cherry jam.
oh yummy!i enjoyed spying on your neighbours too.:o)
Oh, so nicely explained the preparation of mouth-watering jelly through photos...simply mouth-watering!
Thanks for your visit to Wiggers World.I so glad you did because it now lokks like we've found ourselves another place of sunshine to call on. You flower pictures can not help but brighten up anyone's day... and the poem of the Healing Fairy will go down a treat with one or two folk that I know. Jane for one will love it.I hope your foot mends soon and you are zooming around again, mines all mis-coloured and swollen from a slight knock. The pain as been bad but with rest... well you know the rest.Tom & Jane
Ummmm, yummm, could I have a jar please?
mmmmm ..... home made bread and cherry jam! I think you should have a tea party for all your bloggy friends!Are you good at scones too? They always taste nice with cherry jam.Lorenzo.
You industrious lady! I'm very impressed!! :)
Mmm yes please and all on crutches too!!!lol!
Hi, your jam looks very tasty. Despite having two huge trees, I didn't make any cherry jam this year. Now I see yours i wish i had...!You asked on my blog about Cuba, please email me and I will send you some details. We loved it.
sounds so good!
your home-made red cherry jam looks super yummy. .. sound so simple and look simply delicious. Can I come over?
when I've raised my kids in the shelter belt, I'm coming to Ont to buy that cute white house and eat your jelly.so pretty.
When I eat fresh cherries I end up with a tummy ache because I finish the entire bag! Can't stop once I start.joyNorwich Daily Photo
seriously! my mouth is watering. i can imagine how delicious home-made bread, toasted with butter and cherry jam would be. lip smackin'!
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