Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Filling the Cupboard with Jams and Preserves!

Lately I have been collecting some interesting jams and preserves for my holiday baking....I love stocking the pantry with yummy things on hand......I know I am spoiled since I have been own line of food goodies but I look for others that are wonderful too!

   

This year people kept asking me for Lingonberries from Sweden and Christmas Preserves from England. Another favorite is the Stonewall Blueberries Jam which has little wild berries and is exceptional!  I thought the Sugar Plum Jam looked like a winner too! Look around for some new and unsual ones you might use!

10 comments:

GWENDOLYN said...

The wild Maine blueberry jam sounds right up my alley! Blessings!
Gwen

Lorna said...

I love all the specialty preserves made to look more "homemade"! Great with some toast or an english muffin, or especially a scone and tea!
Have a great day/1

parTea lady said...

They all look good. I love to try something different with my scones, or even on my toast. I'll have to look for something new to try.

Ethan Nicholas said...

Ah, Christmas preserves! How delicious! I just picked up an imported australian jam with rosella berry and rasberry mixed together! delicious!

Miss Jen said...

YUM-O!! :)

Jason Witt said...

I like the looks of those fig preserves. That's one of my most favorite fruits, due its spiritual symbolism.

Southern Touch Catering said...

How did I miss that you have your own line of preserves?!

RIZZI said...

MY FAVORITE IS MARMALADE, AND A NICE CUP OF TEA. I LOVE YOUR LAMP, I LOVE THE OCEAN, AND ALL THE BEAUTIFUL SHELLS THE WAVES BRING IN, THAT LAMP IS PERFECT.HAVE A NICE DAY. RIZZI
GIFTS FROM THE SEA

Sarah said...

Bernideen, I agree that the Stonewall jams are a great product. We've enjoyed them for years. I'm in love with your lamp. Can you tell me about it? ~ Sarah

Lady Katherine said...

These are great, I just love your label on the fig preserves!