hello jam face. that looks like it would taste so good!
:D miaam ! & what an hilarious sound of the wind !
hello .... i am introducing myself to all my favourite bloggers... i have been looking into your lives and your travels and your dinner tables and your hearts and your gardens and your art for a while now... thought that i needed to share mine too!x
Séverine i've been watching it almost 10 times this morning, it makes me laugh so much!Jasmin, hello nice to meet you :)))
yum yum yum! Such a beautiful colour. Isn't jam-making really satisfying?!
yum!i like the new blog look miss x
délicieuse non? i love your jam face :)
Miam ! I love this color!
well, it's all looking jolly nice round here. i love jam. i usually make some every year. i haven't done so yet. but i have a freezer full of plums that are jamward bound!
Louise yes it is even more to eat it, because you made it.Ta da Fanja :)Christine, yes indeede!Nath, thanks, i saw your plum cake: you're the queen of plums!Thank you ALL from Jam Face.
I think Autumn arrived quite a while ago. You were on holiday so I guess you didn't notice.We love love love Mighty Boosh! The first series is still our favorite. :-)
So fun!And i m happy watch it! I wish you very warm Welcome to mine reader! I Hope tomorrow is a happy day too:)with jam...
Hooray for your wonderful jam! You know how much I LOVE it... wish I could have made more this year. Hopefully jars and jars in another house next year!
yummie, I love to make jam too, I'm making now with rubarb and peach and a bit of orange zeste.Love your doggie too :-)
exploding cucumber of course from my point of view...in Italy was still Summer but when we came back here it wasn't too bad it was sunny, the rain came two days ago for us. There's a joke about the microclimate we have here in flatland and in Cambridge doesn't rain as much as in the capital.:0)Maria thank you :)))Renilde rhubarb and peach and orange zest sound very intriguing.happy jamming ;^)
mmmmm ! next time I found some blackberries ,I'll made jam too , so could you give us your recipe ?
mathilda it's easy, weigh your fruits and then add the same amount of sugar and chuck in a couple of crab apples,(for the pectin) add a bit of water let it cook until if you spoon a bit on a cold plate it will wrinkle.Get a reasonable fine colander and let the jam separate from the fruits (but only if they are hard, otherwise leave them)wait until it's cold and then pour it in sterilised jars.good hunting.
we made some the other day... lovely on toast...
ahhh nice , Nath, our is already finished.It's raining here otherwise I would have gone to get more...It makes me sad to see lots of gardens around here with trees full of fruits and nobody harvest them!2 weeks ago we were trying to get some plums, just to taste it, from a branch leaning on the road of a tree inside a garden (is this stealing? ) and an old lady shouted at us, today I was walking that way and I saw the poor plums rotten on the pavement!Bravo I wanted to shout at her!So so sad.
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