Thursday, June 6, 2013

From the trees to our table

If I'm a little proud of myself? Yes... slightly because it demands a lot of time, patience and presence to make jam and marmalade and it's extremely messy. But "ohhh" does it taste lovely with home made cherry marmalade and jam, with dark red berries produced in the sun with a delicious taste and sweetness. Especially when you've picked them yourself from your own garden! We're having some friends over tonight and I'm preparing a home made cherry sorbet! Let's hope it will be just as successful!

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  1. Miam Miam! It looks great and must taste exquisite.Have you ever tried the cherry pie with vanilla custard under the cherries?rrgh heaven!later in the season, you cna do the same with apricots and peaches from the garden: just succulent.CAth

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  2. Whaou I will never have the patience to do that but you can be very proud of yourself dear Stina.
    It's true that the taste of these marmelades are something else than the ones bought. Bravo! plus a sorbet madona!!!
    Uta XX

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    1. The sorbet was not that good unfortunately, but yes, the marmalade is to die for!

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  3. Vad läckert, pappa
    Kanske jag får smaka i början av juli när jag kommer ner....

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    1. Självklart, en av burkarna är till er! Puss

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  4. wow the jam looks delicious! you really do have talent! xxx mila

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    1. It's not very hard, but takes time and patient!

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  5. Everything looks so nice and with attention to details when you do it! I would just have an old red beats jar with the old label still on.. Very nice with the specific jars, adresses and fabric on top. Well done!

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    1. Thank you Katti, it's becasue details makes all the difference. I pay a lot of time on details!

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