Jelly and Jams

How To : Make huckleberry jam or jelly

From Food Wishes, chef John shows us how to make Huckleberry jam! Ingredients needed to make this delicious spread include huckleberries, sugar, powdered Pectin, water, and some fresh squeezed lemon juice. Use it on your toast in the morning or on top of freshly made waffles f ...more

How To : Make jelly or jam

If you have a garden full of fruits and have no idea what to do with them, maybe you should make some jelly! This is a great way to ensure that no grapes, blueberries, etc. are wasted and it saves you money. So check out this tutorial on how to make your own jelly or jam from ...more

How To : Make jelly or jam from fruit

To make this jelly you will need a food puree-r. Start with a large bowl of blueberries. Take a small amount of the blueberries and put them into a separate bowl and mash them up. You don't want to puree all the blueberries. Dump the rest of the blueberries into the puree and ...more

How To : Sell at Your Local Farmers Market

Are you interested in selling your products at the local Farmers Markets? Many small mom and pop food crafters get started selling their artisan breads, homemade cakes, cookies, pies, biscotti, candy, seasoning mixes or regional barbecue sauces direct to customers who visit lo ...more

How To : Test homemade jam for doneness

It can be tricky to test homemade jam for doneness. Learn how to tell when jam has reached the gelling point by watching this jellies and jam how-to video. Use a thermometer or the refrigerator to test if a jelly has set. Test homemade jam for doneness. Click through to watch ...more

How To : Make delicious peanut butter and jelly cupcakes

Does your little kid love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches? Somehow we're thinking that's a definitive "yes." After all, with the sweet jam flavor, crunchy and salty peanut butter, and light balancing taste of bread, they're sugar and salt all in one, a kid's foodstuff dream ...more

How To : Can whole meals

You may have canned sauces or jams and jellies before, but have you ever canned whole meals? Well, in this video that's exactly what you'll learn. David and Andrea show you how to can tangerine chili in the pressure cooker.

How To : Make a hedge row jam with the hawthorne berry

Hawthorne berries are a fantastic super food that you can find right in your own backyard! (in some areas of the world) Especially in the UK, you can find them everywhere! You can even use the leaves to make a great tea and they're edible! In this video you will learn how to m ...more

How To : Make a syrup out of hawthorne berries

If you could believe, those Hawthorne berries that you see around town are actually edible! Imagine that right? Not only are they edible but they are high in anti-oxidants and are good for your heart, just don't over do it! But what do you do with them exactly? Well, you can m ...more

News : Welcome!

This is my first posting here on Edibles in Jars and I just wanted to say hello and welcome everyone. While I'm at it, I'll give a brief run down on what you can expect here in the near future, and tell you all a bit about me. I'm a freelance writer, mom of 2 wonderful teenag ...more

How To : Prepare red pepper jelly with Tabasco

Usually when you think of jellies or jams you think of the sweet variety, usually prepared with strawberries or grapes. But jellies come in a more savory variety too, and make excellent bread spreads. Take a look at this video to learn how to make a spicy red pepper jelly lac ...more

How To : Make the perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a classic because they're so easy to make. They're easy to make to suit your taste, whether you like jam, jelly, preserves of any flavor, be it strawberry or grape, and what kind of peanut butter you like. Watch this video cooking tutoria ...more

How To : Make warm and buttery croissants

Whether you're planning a special breakfast or are craving a buttery treat, these croissants are quick and easy to whip up. You will need water, evaporated milk, butter, eggs, salt, sugar, bread flour and active dried yeast. When finished serve with butter, jam or jelly.

How To : Turn Your Sour Milk into an Unbelievably Tasty Jam

Wait, don't dump that milk! It may have a slightly sour smell and be expiring tomorrow, but you can still put it to good use by making sour milk jam. Sour milk jam is made by cooking down the expiring milk with sugar and then adding crème fraîche. The pleasantly sour flavor o ...more

How To : The Secret to Making Strawberries Taste Like Candy

I'm as adventurous an eater as just about anyone, but some foodie trends leave me scratching my head and wanting nothing more than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But sometimes the trends become trends because they're, well, brilliant. Such is the case with strawberries, ...more

How To : No Knife? Use Your Credit Card to Cut Food Instead

Believe it or not, you can put your money to use very efficiently in a new way: your credit or debit card can serve as a blade in desperate situations. (It might even be handier than dental floss as a brilliant substitution for specialized kitchen tools.) While I wouldn't take ...more

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