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I'm making hot pepper jelly for some of my holiday gifts.This is wonderful pored over a brick of cream cheese and served with a variety of crackers.I found a recipe for corn cobb jelly which I will be
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Re: Different jellies?

posted at 11/8/2010 7:03 AM EST
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I made the apple core and peel jelly OMG,so good,I added cinnamon to it and it tastes like apple pie. My husband informed me that this is now his favorite jelly.If there is interest in the recipe I will post.

Re: Different jellies?

posted at 11/8/2010 7:25 AM EST
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I LOVE hot pepper jelly.  At the moment I have a jar of raspberry-jalepeno jam I bought at the last farmer's market of the summer. It is wonderful with peanut butter and whole grain bread!  I'll bake almost anything, but am afraid to try jellies, although I did make some strawberry freezer jam many years ago - delicious!

Re: Different jellies?

posted at 11/8/2010 8:13 AM EST
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I'm still caning my favorite Fig jam.  I get to pick them fresh from the bush out back and always look forward to figs on an english muffin.

Re: Different jellies?

posted at 11/8/2010 8:17 AM EST
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I make Rhubarb jelly and sauce every year. My husbands favorite!!
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