Friday, 17 May 2013

Food on Friday: Jams, Jellies and Relishes


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I am really looking forward to seeing what you all come up with for this Food on Friday – I'm sure you will have lots of fantastic jams, jellies and relishes to share.  As well as the sugar based ones, it would be great to see some low or no sugar versions.

As per normal, just put your name and the name of the jam etc into the first Mr Linky box and copy the url for your post into the second.

Have fun!  And do pop over to visit some of the other links.  I will be making up a Pinboard for the links and pinning them as soon as I can.



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49 comments:

  1. Hi Carole~Jams, Jellies and Relishes..my favorite:) Thanks for hosting each week:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  2. Hey Carole. I've linked my Applesauce. No sugar and TOTALLY awesome - I don't make/use/eat any other now. Thanks again for hosting and have a delicous weekend.

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  3. thanks!
    Blueberry Vanillabean Preserves and Paradise preserves here

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    1. Ooh that sounds awesome! I'm going to check it out.

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    2. This sounds fantastic. I'm planning to increase my home made preserves this summer and I'll be looking closely at your recipe.

      Karen

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  4. I love jams! Making them as well as eating them. I try to stock as much as possible during the summer so that in some dark winter months I could have a beautiful taste of warmth and sun :)

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  5. What a great hop!!! Love seeing all of these wonderful jams and jellies. Have a great weekend!

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  6. Hi! I've linked my sweet zucchini relish... it tastes like sweet pickle relish only used zucchini.

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  7. Hi Carole,
    I have some apricot jam for you, not quite in season yet, but one of my favorites.

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  8. Hi, I've linked my plum jam with chilli :D SO tasty. This is a brilliant blog, thanks Carole :D

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  9. Looking forward to all the delicious recipes. Thanks for hosting, Carole. Have a great weekend.

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  10. I have linked my pear and walnut chutney.
    It's an old post but it's so good that I make it every year.
    Bon weekend!!

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  11. As always, thanks for the creative link up Carole!

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  12. Hi Carole!
    I just linked up my favorite homemade, no sugar, no additives grape mermelade - made out of black grapes that we use for wine making!
    Hope you'll like it!

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  13. I've linked some Pineapple Chilli Jam, it was a bit of an experiment but turned out a real winner.

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  14. I shared my Mint Jelly and Raspberry Jam recipes.
    Lisa
    Fresh Eggs Daily

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  15. Looks like a nice collection of links to some interesting jams.

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  16. Hi Carole! Thank you for the email reminder! I've shared my apple chutney recipe today!

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  17. so sweet. Have you great weekend!

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  18. thanks for the link sharing. i've shared my favorite lemon curd recipe. i love how lemon curd uses so many egg yolks. it really gets rid of all those egg yolks from those french macaron recipes! :)

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  19. thanks for stopping by Matthew's Puzzle and telling me about the jam and jelly round up.

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  20. Hi Carole -
    I've linked my Blackberry-thyme Chia Seed Jam -- so easy to make!
    Great to see all these recipes!
    Thanks,
    Patricia

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  21. Hi Carole,

    I've linked my Tangy Tomato Relish which can morph into Rajkot Relish if extra spice is added.

    Kind Regards,
    Carol

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  22. Hey Carole,
    Canning is what I do, so I had a hard time choosing which post to share. I've shared my spicy zucchini relish. It's one I worked on a few times and this one is the charm.

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  23. Hiya, thanks for pointing me over here. I posted two, our Candied Jalapenos, sorto f a sweet/hot relish/jam type creation (FABULOUS!) and our "Get started canning, Strawberry Jam" basic recipe.

    Thanks for all the other links you've had accumulated here!

    db

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  24. Hi Carole, This is such a great idea. Can't get enough of relishes!

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  25. I'm so excited you let me know about this. I can't wait to check out these sites!

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  26. Hi Carole,

    I've shared my Pandan Kaya recipe. Thank you for hosting.

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  27. Hi Carole,

    I've shared my Pandan Kaya recipe. Thank you for hosting :)

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  28. What a wonderful selection of links you have here!

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  29. Thanks for the great party!

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  30. Great selection of jams, jellies and relish! Thanks for the link party!

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  31. hi Carol, thanks for inviting me over
    Jenna

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  32. Thanks for hosting, Carole. Jams and jellies are things I've never tried to make. I'm a bit of a chicken when it comes to making things like that! I linked up a nice citrus olive relish to top fish (good on chicken too).

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  33. thanks for the invitation to your link up, Carol! I've included one of my easy ways to fix carrots.

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  34. Someone suggested I leave my green hot dog relish here. Looks like a great place!

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  35. Would you mind removing 99? I accidentally put my name, not the jam. It's 99, I put it correctly in 100.

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  36. Carole,
    Thanks for making me realize that while I have several recipes for how I *use* the jams I make, I don't have any of how I actually make those jams!

    I see so many wonderful ideas--thanks!

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  37. I linked up with my tomato jam, which is great with shepherd's pie!

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  38. Thank you so much for this link up.

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  39. I just linked up to my vegan Dark Chocolate, PB & Jelly Cups, a fantastic way to use your favorite jelly! xoxo

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  40. We linked up with our Chai-Spiced Blueberry Jam! Thanks for the link!

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  41. Sorry if I'm a bit late. I'm leaving you a recipe for Rhubarb-Orange Compote, which can be eaten alone, as a spread, on pizza, in cakes, etc.. delicious and different! ;)

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  42. I'm in with my Sweet and Spicy Strawberry Jalapeño Jam. Thanks again, Carole, and others :).
    --Karen from IntoMyWindow.com

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  43. What a great list of recipes! I'm starting to try some more canning this summer. Cheers from Warsaw!

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  44. You can use flowering quince fruit to make jam. Not too sweet and "floral" tasting, if that's possible. Thanks for the opportunity to post.

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  45. Hi Carol Picnic in November why not! sharing Macaroni Salad thanks for the party Andi

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