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March 19, 2009

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Lucy

Chelsea: I reckon it'll be cloudy, but the colour! That will be well worth any cloudiness. Beautiful stuff.

Shula: Maggie's bloody fantastic, isn't she? Shall tip all jars upside down from now on. Clever vaccuum-age.

Lillian: You are warmly welcomed! I'm thrilled that you came back to find a a jelly that brought back notions of family and home. I too have been sorely disappointed when searching for such old-fashioned delights - people (like your sniffy stall holder) seem to think that no-one will be interested. But it's all in the tasting, no?

That tart/sweet combination makes crabapple jelly unique and a few lemons, squeezed into the pot, would help that tartness along beautifully! I do hope I've encouraged to you to have a go - your little ones will love picking the fruit, watching it drip and the pretty pinks that result. Perhaps they could even make the labels with you?

Molly Chester

Oh my sweet tea... this crabapple jelly looks amazing. On that warm bread (I'm imagining warm), oohhh... yum.

Love your blog. Just found it, and gave it a look. Fantastic pics. And very detailed. Thank you for sharing.

I wanted to share my blog with you as well. Called Organic Spark. Here's a link to a quinoa tabouli recipe that I like a lot... http://organicspark.blogspot.com/2009/01/quinoa-tabouli.html Hope you enjoy like I did!

Best,

Molly from California
http://organicspark.blogspot.com/

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