Gems come to mind when looking at this jam, the flavor is as rich as the color.
Our #1 jam, pie-in-a-jar, full flavored, many converts from plain old Strawberry.
Charlie’s Favorite of all. Sweeter some years than others but aren’t we all?
Beth’s all time Fav. Red Jacket Orchard has a way of growing apricots that has won my heart.
Lots of luscious berries, even nature must think so.
Shiny black orbs, so beautiful when perfectly ripe, the jam fills your mouth with their flavor.
The only jam we decided to make seedless, smooth and full flavored. Many children choose this jam over Grape Jelly.
Once upon a time Beth thought she could farm and so planted Boysenberries!
They lasted 2 seasons in our cold and at times too dry Northeast, alas and alack, Beth could not give up the great name so there are blackberries rather than the wonderful boysenberries.
Great texture, bumps and seeds, not for everyone but so tasty
Neachycot Jam. One day we had little bits and pieces left over so this jam happened and we love asking children and adults if they ever saw a Neachycot Tree? Well have you?
Recipe: A tart
Sour Cherry jam makes a tasty smoothie, we have improved the recipe, but even so it always surprises- the fruit is not the same year to year. BUT it still tastes great and goes well in tea.
Gingered pear jam is a delicious spin on pear jam.
One of us drives to Maine to pick up the berries. Old Chatham Sheepherders uses our Wild Blueberry Jam in their yogurt. A beauty of a jam from a beauty of a place.
Looks right on vanilla ice cream and stirred into granola for a mid-morning snack.
The rhubarb adds a whole new taste dimension. Blueberry and rhubarb jam.
Our figs come from the borough of Brooklyn, and this year I made a connection in Queens! They are from regular people, not farmers, straight from backyard trees.
Years ago some Irish customers asked for this repeatedly, and I finally gave in. What took me so long?
The little ginger in this jam compliments a pork chop or a warm scone.
Thick and satisfying. Great for baking, Plum Crumble comes to mind.
My great aunt was the cook in the Conner household, so this is a Great Aunt hand-me-down. Rightfully a jam but with sliced oranges and lemons that bring marmalades to mind.
Cranberries are loaded with natural pectin so when this jam sets it can remind you of the Thnksgiving cranberry in a can. (Get the picture?) Much fresher cleaner flavor!