Beach Plum Jelly - Rose Hip Jam and Other Favorites
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Beach Plum Jelly - Rose Hip Jam and Other Favorites by R. Marilyn Schmidt

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ISBN 100937996254
ISBN 109780937996256

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I read an article the other day about "beach plums," which I never knew existed, and was intrigued enough about them to look for a product I could purchase to give them a try. This was a wonderful choice, and among the best jams I've ever had. The fruit tastes a bit like cranberries and that's how I'd describe the jam: like cranberry jam/5(5). Undoubtedly one of the unique products of Cape Cod, beach plums grow on bushes in the sand dunes around the unique treat comes in a 10 ounce jar and is made in small batches from beach plums, sugar, pectin and citric acid. There are also a wide.   Probably nobody would mind if I took a few rose hips. So I did. A few stuffed in a pocket here, a few more tucked into the beach bag there. By the end of the trip, I had a small sack filled with the fruits while making no dent in the supply whatsoever. When we got home, I made two sweet little jars of rose hip jam, and that has made all the.   The rose hips are big, fat and juicy orange and red at this time of year and you’ll find them on those same bushes along the beaches and dunes where you saw the beach roses, Rosa rugosa earlier in the summer. They are edible but quite tart! Some people make tea, jam or jelly with them but it seems to be harder than I want it to be so no jam.

Clip ripe hips off a rose bush with a knife or scissors. Make sure to wear garden gloves. Trim off the stem and blossom ends. Slice the hips in half with scissors. Remove the seeds. Rinse off the rose hips with cool water. Dry completely. And then get read to use or freeze for later use. Below is our recipe for Rose Hip Jam. If you have extra.   Rose Hip Tea. For fresh rose hip tea, steep hips in a cup of boiling water for about 10 – 15 minutes. It’s as simple as that! Rose Hip Jelly. Rose hip jelly is lovely on toast and in baked goods, and can be paired with pork or venison for an interesting, medicinal marinade. Ingredients. 2 quarts rose hips; 6 cups water.   Wild beach plums are common on dunes across the Cape. This week on the Local Food Report, Elspeth Hay talks with a family in Wellfleet that's been making and selling beach plum jelly .   The other SpecD beach plum jelly recipes with added pectin can be found here.) BEACH PLUM JELLY RECIPE Old School Traditional Style. 1 gallon freshly gathered beach plums, enough to make 4 cups of juice. 5 cups sugar. Pick over the beach plums, removing leaves and any other debris. Put in a large heavy pot.

  Over 40 fabulous recipes for beach plum jam and jelly, as well as rose hip jam. Includes such delights as Rose Geranium Apple Jelly, Spiced Cranberry Jelly and the ever popular Pineapple-Blueberry Jam. Not only is the book chock full of wonderful recipes, but it contains cooking and preserving hints and a sermon about the beach plum by Rev Author: R. Marilyn Schmidt. Flavors of the Cape~ Beach Plum, Cranberry and so much more! 10 oz. glass jar Damson Plum Jam, Kadota Fig Jam, Rose Hip Jelly, Cranberry Jelly. Previous; Related products abdallah adam gamble Balsam bath & body Bayberry books candle Candles Candy cape cod Cape Cod Beer Cape Cod Made Cape Cod Soy Candle cape shore children Children Gifts. Kitchen Kettle Village Jam Sampler Gift Set (Amish Made) 6-pack Variety Sampler of Jams and Jellies, Ounce Jars [1 of each flavor] out of 5 stars $ $ 99 ($/Ounce). If you have not had cocoplum jelly, you have missed one of the most exotic fruit jellies in the Island and perhaps in the you can have it this month after I give you the simple recipe because the month of June and July is cocoplum season in San Pedro. But first .