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Friday, 23 July 2010

Hot and thundery. 

Twenty jars of homemade cherry jam on the kitchen table refusing to gel. Must be the weather...

4 comments:

Karin said...

Awww that's frustrating - but I'm sure they'll make wonderful syrup for pancakes etc. My mom used to serve cold cherry soup for us every summer - maybe that's what happened to her jams and how she got the idea to use it as soup!

Louise | Italy said...

M. likes it runny - or so he says...and now you've got me thinking - syrup for ice cream as well as pancakes. Yummy!

Woodman said...

Even Robertsons have that problem with marmalade.

Brenda said...

Sounds like a wonderful day regardless. The jam will find a use even if it does not jell.

Friday, 23 July 2010

Hot and thundery. 

Twenty jars of homemade cherry jam on the kitchen table refusing to gel. Must be the weather...

4 comments:

Karin said...

Awww that's frustrating - but I'm sure they'll make wonderful syrup for pancakes etc. My mom used to serve cold cherry soup for us every summer - maybe that's what happened to her jams and how she got the idea to use it as soup!

Louise | Italy said...

M. likes it runny - or so he says...and now you've got me thinking - syrup for ice cream as well as pancakes. Yummy!

Woodman said...

Even Robertsons have that problem with marmalade.

Brenda said...

Sounds like a wonderful day regardless. The jam will find a use even if it does not jell.