I organised this list by colours of the fruit so that we are starting with the almost white gooseberries and ending the list with blackberries. Looking for these recipes around the web was fun and I can’t recommend these recipes enough. Two of the recipes are mine. One green and one yellow. :)

 

  1.  Gooseberry Jam – This excellent recipe comes from a website called Carla Nayland Historical Fiction. Not strictly a recipe website but the ones that are there are certainly worth investigating further.
  2. Kiwi Jam – This one is from me and it is an awesome, crunchy treat. You just have to try this!
  3. Lemon Curd – I know, lemon curd is not exactly a jam. It is however a way to jar some lemons (with egg yolks) and enjoy them. This recipe comes from the online version of CHEFS® catalogue.kiwi jam
  4. Apricot Jam – A gem of a recipe coming from David Lebovitz. I will link to one more recipe from there since they are just great. David Lebovitz is a professional chef who after having significant success in restaurant business decided to leave the industry and pursue writing cookbooks while living in beautiful Paris. He obviously knows both jams and how to be happy, which is great!
  5. Peach Freezer Jam – This delicious recipe is from Recipe Girl. The author of this blog is a former elementary school teacher who is now a food writer full time. There is an amazing amount of her own and adapted recipes over there so do go ahead and check out that delicious website.
  6. Persimon Jam – This one is mine, get the Tattoo My Broccoli realness here.persimon jam
  7. Orange Marmalade – This preserve comes from Sarah’s Joys, a blog written by a California native who now resides in Utah and puts her delicious, amazing recipes on her blog.
  8. Red Currant Jam – This is another sweet treat from David Lebovitz, from Paris. If currants are new to you, do investigate them. They are a treasury to have in winter months, full of vitamin C and simply delicious.
  9. Raspberry Jam – This website is called Neo-Homesteading and comes to you straight from Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania. Great blog as well as a great recipe.
  10. Cranberry Jam – Jamie from Love Bakes Good Cakes provides us with this gem. Cranberries are not only for Thanksgiving, after all.
  11. Cherry Jam – These three cherry jam recipes come from Chickens In The Road .com. I’ll take three recipes over one, it’s a good variety.
  12. Strawberry Jam –  This staple comes from Karrie and her very useful website Happy Money Saver. com. There is a lot more resources there. Be sure to check them out.blue leather
  13. Blueberry Jam – Or even 7 separate ways of making it. These come from Julie, whose website is a lot about self-reliance and living independently from the system, which I really love and appreciate.
  14. Blackberry Jam – his beautiful treasure comes from Rita Joy, who also has a lot of interior design projects on her website. This is definitely one to check out.
  15. Blackcurrant Jam – This recipe comes from www.womanandhome.com

 

 

 

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