Are you a fruit fan, jumping up each morning for toast and jam? Or do you pine for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch? Maybe you’re more of a marmalade person. Perhaps you prefer preserves.
Homemade jams are a foodie favorite.
Gourmet shops stock crocks and jars of jam in every imaginable fruit flavor. Farmers markets load up tables with fresh jams.
But you can make you own fabulous fruit jams!
Dig into this delightful collection of jam recipes from a host of web writers!
How to Make Homemade Pear Jam – Steven Coyne
This homemade pear jam can be easily made with pears from your own trees or fresh from your local produce provider.
Grandma's Persimmon Jam Recipe – Lissa Bagley
Make and enjoy this delicious persimmon jam that has been loved in our family for years.
How to Make Raspberry Jam when You Don't Have Enough Berries for the Recipe – C. Jeanne Heida
Short on raspberries for jam making? Learn what other fruits can be added to plump out a jam recipe.
How to Make and Can Homemade Blackberry Jam – Stephanie Raney
A guide on how to make and can homemade blackberry jam.
Rhubarb Apricot Jam – Mary Wensing Dvorachek
A delicious jam to spread on toast or muffins
If you have a garden of your own, you are able to grow organic edible flowers. Below you will find the instructions to make rose petal jam and candied violets. Both unique recipes are easy to make and the main ingredients are from your garden.
Jelly, jam, preserves and marmalade may be used interchangeably, but they refer to very different spreads. Learn how to discern one from the other.
Who’s ready for a jam session?
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