Posts Tagged ‘strawberry jam

Homemade Strawberry Muffins

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A few weeks ago I took the kids strawberry picking. It was on my summer bucket list, and I am so glad we checked it off before I broke my ankle. We stumbled upon the strawberry farm quite unexpectedly. The kids and I were driving home after a weekend at Notre Dame when we (almost) [...]


Going Bananas Over Strawberries

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The local produce market I shop at once a week had a sale on domestic strawberries – just $0.50 a pound!!  Granted, the fruit was about 5 minutes from going bad and it wasn’t organic, but at that price I just couldn’t walk away.  So, I scooped up four packages, raced home and spent yesterday [...]


Strawberry Jam in the News!

My strawberry jam recipe has been published! Thrive NYC Magazine ran an article about preserving nature’s bounty, and the author highlighted my recipe because my version is “as hassle free as you can get.” Here’s the article http://www.nyc-plus.com/NYC_49/savingsummers.html And, in case you missed the jam recipe here’s the link: http://www.homemademothering.com/2009/04/stawberries.html Did you like this? Share [...]


A Strawberry Shout-Out!

My strawberry jam recipe was featured on a great website called BudgetSmartGirl.com. I feel so honored! http://budgetsmartgirl.com/2009/08/13/preserving-summer-produce%E2%80%A6without-canning/ Just in case you find yourself drawn to the amazing deals on strawberries right now, here’s my recipe: 6 oz organic strawberries 3/4 cup sugar juice from 1/2 lemon Mash strawberries with a potato masher in a saucepan. [...]


Strawberries!

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Strawberries are in season now, and the most eco-friendly time to enjoy produce is when mother nature has decided so. There’s no sense in eating strawberries in November when the price is doubled and they are shipped in from the other side of the globe. So, now is the time to preserve what is in [...]