Red wine, rosemary, and figs meld into this jam reminiscent of the South of France. Serve with a big blue cheese, which stands up in flavor. Since the wine really stands out, use a good- quality Merlot or Pinot Noir with this jam.
Recipe excerpted from The All New Ball Book of Canning and Preserving, published by Oxmoor House (2016).
This mild strawberry jelly uses roasted fruit, chamomile tea and honey to add depth of flavor.
Spread on your morning muffins or serve atop your favorite salty cheese for a sweet, savory and tangy treat!
The buttery flavor of apricots gets a spicy kick from habanero in this gorgeous jelly.
This simple berry jam tastes incredibly fresh, even in the middle of January!
This delicious honey jelly infused with subtle floral notes is the ultimate companion to nut butter sandwiches. Make it with a wonderful local honey for the best jelly possible.
If you come across fresh ripe guavas, buy them right away and make this amazing traditional Caribbean jelly. You will not be disappointed!
This unique combination creates a rich and sweet fall-inspired jam.