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Teresa Kasner

I brought a flat of raspberries home after swimming on Friday and hubby made his own raspberry freezer jam! Woo hoo! It's our absolute favorite. Can you believe summer is half over! Silly old NW raining and cold on July 18. LOL
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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'Tis the season for making berry jam!
I think your recipe sounds so interesting, Vicki.
After a lovely day yesterday, our morning is overcast and cool here again, this morning. I think that I'd much rather be cooler than too hot, like so much of the rest of the country, but a little more warmth and sunshine would be appreciated. It has hardly felt like summer, really.

Don't you feel positively wealthy when you look at your pantry? I love that feeling I get when the jam is all "put up".

xo
Lena

Vee

Strange that until this morning I'd never heard of Marion Berries and now I've heard of them twice. Your recipe sounds healthful and delicious. So glad that you found some warmth and sun!

Thanks for peeking in on the Irish linen. I've got to launder it next.

Jenny Wren

Oh Vicki,
Those look amazing! What is it that is so satisfying about full jars of jam all stacked in a row? They are a beautiful color!!

Valaine

Ooh, what a beautiful display! Thanks for sharing. I'm a beginner, just canned for the first time a couple of weeks ago. I also wanted to say that I really admire your stitch work :)

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