The 'Rose Rhubarb and Strawberry Jam' sounds and looks delicious - I often use that combination for a crumble bottom - scrummy!
Your jam looks wonderful. That is some type of water tower.
Looks and sounds delicious . . . I'm about to try my hand at jam for the first time. Hope it turns out as well *s*
Yummy. I can almost taste it.
Love the gingham tops!!!
I can almost taste the jam! I love the look of jars filled with goodies for future enjoyment lining a cupboard top.
I can't wait to find out what the little project you have planned for the 'red hots'. Look forward to the big reveal as I love hexagons! I love strawberries, but have never made jam from them. Just to greedy I think. I have made Lime Ginger marmalade and kiwi fruit jam in the past. Oh and at Christmas time I always make a mean Sweet tomato chutney so will share some piccies then!.Enjoy the rest of your travels.Jodie
yummy and beautiful, respectively. That's a great bird platter you have there.
Beautiful jam! Wish I was there to sample... guess I'll have to hope there's some around when I visit with the Canadian geese. Enjoy the berries!
You visited the Water Tower? I'm impressed. You catched one of the...10 days it's open during the year! Hope you're doing well. Hej då :)
Simply yummy post, thanks for sharing... I can smell them, mmmmmm.Enjoy!
Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum!Oh and although it's still probably three years away, we're thinking about planning a trip up your way...all the way from Australia! So your photos will keep me going until then!!!
You jam looks like little jewels atop your kitchen counter top. YUM!Great pictures of your travels!
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