We have a smallish yard in a nice subdivision. A number of years ago my husband built garden boxes in between our house and the neighbors. We tried vegetables and they were great but decided that we wanted to grow raspberries and blackberries/marionberries. We had grown raspberries before but the others were new for us. John went online and learned about how they grow and the best way to take care of them. As you can see it worked.
As we picked them through out the season I would put them in Ziploc bags and freeze them until there are enough to make a few batches of jam.
Start by mashing and measuring the berries.
Mix berries and pectin in large sauce pan and cook according to the package instructions.
Jam is wonderful but takes a lot of sugar.
One of Autumn’s treat is fresh warm bread with
fresh warm berry jam.
Check back later for bread recipe.
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8 thoughts on “Fresh Bread and Jam”
Raspberry Jam is my favorite. I’m pinning this and looking for raspberries on sale!
Raspberry Jam is the only kind I make anymore. Thank you for your comments. Stop by again.
Thank you Kristin. I hope you’ll stop by again.
This looks yummy!!!!
It is my husbands favorite warm fresh bread or rolls and raspberry jam. Thanks for stopping by. Come again.
Oh, this looks so good! I even love the color of raspberry jam, that beautfiul dark red! Yum!
Thank you April. You’re right that dark red color is beautiful and goes along with the other beautiful colors of Autumn. Come back and see us again.