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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Peach Preserves


Looks like sunshine in a jar, doesn't it?
I used the recipe that came in the Certo box for cooked fruit.
I bought 50 pounds of peaches, so I've been busy the last two weeks
canning, freezing, grilling and making ice cream
out of peaches!  Yum.


29 comments:

  1. Mmmmm! You'll be having a taste of summer for months.

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    1. I've already been dipping into the first jar. haha.

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  2. 50 pounds!!!! Wow, you have been busy and yes it does look like sunshine in a jam, yummo!! So good to hear from you, I missed you!

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    1. I have been! But it's gone really fast! The preserves are my favorite, I think....slather those on a scratch made buttermilk biscuit and I'm in heaven. haha. Thanks for missing me. :)

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  3. Oh...I LOVE that new header! And, YES!, those peaches do look like sunshine in a jar. Thank you for sharing about the recipe. ~wink~ And that new profile picture ....I love it!

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  4. They look amazing . . . Farmhouse Art :)
    And won't they be tasty this winter.
    Have a sweet day,
    Connie :)

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  5. They are beautiful! Watch out for the little frog statue in the back. :) He is totally about to spring to life and swipe a jar!

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  6. Fifty pounds? Sounds like a lot of work.

    Love the new header, by the way.

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    1. It was a lot of work...but the fun kind of work.

      Thanks....that shamrock header was getting a little old. haha.

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  7. That is a ton of peaches
    Into the depths of peach land you umm reaches

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    1. Up to my neck
      but what the heck.
      Almost done
      peaches by the ton.

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  8. Mmmmm. You have a way of making the tastiness of the peaches come through in your photo.

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    1. That sun hitting those jars was so pretty! Just had to take a picture!

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  9. They do look lovely in the sunshine! I looked at the Peach truck schedule and they don't come close enough to us. I have a friend that will drive to Susquehanna Orchards and get our bushel baskets of Peaches in August.

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  10. Looks beautiful and I bet it tastes yummy.

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    1. Best peaches ever! But they're from Georgia, so I expect them to be wonderful!

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  11. So that's where you've been . . . lol
    Delicious . . . looks so full of life and health . . bet it tastes good . . . :)

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    1. Yep, I've been busy! Fun to do, though and keeps me out of trouble. lol.

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    2. Perhaps I should make some, then . . . lol

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  12. Hi Betsy - I saw the last phrase and thought you were out of peaches ... well you were - but only that you'd finished that batch; well done ... and they look so good ... delicious too - cheers Hilary

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