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Defining Fruit Spreads

The terms are often used interchangeably, especially online, so here are the definitions I use when I’m naming one of my own fruit spreads: Jellies are made from fruit juice, or occasionally–in the case of things like pepper or mint … Continue reading

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Maraschino Cherry Juice Jelly

I hate to waste anything food-wise, especially something as wonderful as the juice they pack maraschino cherries in! I may have mentioned here before that maraschino cherries are a childhood favorite, something my grandfather–who was my favorite person on the … Continue reading

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The Jelly-Mound Test!

I decided to make this one snippet a stand-alone post–just to make it easier for people to find–because the Jelly-Mound Test is an important tool in jelly-making. To make good jelly, you have to combine whatever you’re gelling–fruit juice, some … Continue reading

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Adcock Pecans … Tifton, GA!

After our lovely BBQ meal at the Pit Stop, my daughter, granddaughter and I decided to stop by Adcock Pecans while we were in Tifton. It’s also very close to I-75, about mid-way between Macon and the Florida line, so … Continue reading

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