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Apple Jelly - Made with local New York State apples that I juice myself.
Apricot Jam - Made from locally grown apricots.
Black Cherry Jam - Made with locally grown cherries, all hand picked for the freshest fruit available!
Black Cherry Jelly - No fruit pieces in this.
Blackberry Jam - Berries picked wild.
Blackberry Jelly - No seeds to bother you.
Black Raspberry Jam - Watch out - order early in July, this is my husband's favorite! He might want to claim all the jam for himself as he picks all the berries!
Black Raspberry Jelly - Made with local fruit, but no seeds or pieces.
Blueberry Jam - Taste summer all year long with this jam! Made from locally grown blueberries, which we hand pick. Blueberries are high in antioxidants. Wonderful on English muffins, ice cream, and waffles!
Blueberry Jelly - Made with local fruit, but no seeds and pieces.
Blueberry Peach Jam - A great mix of two local fruits which are ripe at the same time.
Blueberry Rhubarb - The rhubarb adds a tartness to the sweet blueberries.
Catawba Grape Wine Jelly - A little pink local grape - wonderful taste! Cinnamon Apple Jelly - A very good combination. This tastes kind of like a candied apple!
Concord Grape Jam - I juice local concord grapes myself. This has the "skins" left in for a wonderful texture. Limited Quantity
Concord Grape Jelly - I juice local concord grapes for this popular children's favorite!
Crab Apple Jelly - A jewel among jellies as well as an old fashioned favorite! Limited Quantity Great on toast. A great pie starter too!
Delaware Grape Jelly - An early, pink, sweet local grape which makes a very pretty jelly. - Sold Out
Elderberry Jam - The berries are picked wild - if we can get them before the birds do!
Elderberry Jelly - If you don't like seeds try this one.
Megan’s Pear Berry Jam - Red raspberries and pears
Peach Jam - Jam made with local peaches. Peaches grow well here around the Finger Lakes if they can stay warm enough.
Pear Jam - This pear jam is made with Bartlett pears. Plum Jam - A favorite of plum lovers.
Red Raspberry Jam - A delicious and classic favorite! All of our raspberries are homegrown and cane ripened! Tremendous on toast, muffins, waffles, ice cream and more! Some have used a dollop in hot water to make a sore throat soother.
Red Raspberry Jelly - No seeds in the jellies.
Red Raspberry Currant Jam - A very old -fashioned combination.
Red Raspberry Currant Jelly - Without the seeds - a nice jelly.
Red Raspberry Rhubarb Jam - Rhubarb lovers can find many fun and tasty combinations among my jams.
Rhubarb Jam - Made with a real pretty red rhubarb....Rhubarb trivia: there is green stem and red stem rhubarb, no flavor difference to speak of just the looks.
Sour Cherry Jam - Made with locally grown cherries, all hand picked for the freshest fruit available! This is sweet and tart - delicious flavor.
Sour Cherry Jelly - Again, there are no fruit pieces in a traditional jelly.
Southern Peach Jam - A wonderful peach delicacy! Made with tree-ripened peaches and Southern Comfort liqueur. Great on toast, waffles, and ice cream!!
Strawberry Jam - Who doesn't love the cool summer taste of strawberry jam? This jam is made from the ripest, most perfect strawberries which we pick locally!
Strawberry Jelly - Some people do not like the pieces and seeds - this is for you.
Strawberry Blueberry Jam - Made with local fruits; nice combo of the two.
Strawberry Rhubarb Jam - A timeless favorite! Try this one as an incredible pie base! The rhubarb makes the jam just a bit more tart than the traditional strawberry. Wonderful on bagels with cream cheese!
Tri-Berry Jam - An all time Favorite! This jam blends together three favorite fruits: strawberries, blueberries, and red raspberries. Warm and serve on ice cream, biscuits, muffins, waffles, and more! Great with cream cheese and bagels!
Tri-Berry Jelly - I juice blueberries, strawberries and red raspberries to make this jelly.
3-Berry Jam - Blackberries, blueberries and red raspberries. Delicious!
Anytime Specialty Jams
4th of July Jam - Everything but the fireworks! Blueberries, raspberries, pineapple, apricots, oranges, cherries, golden raisins and pecans.
Apple Rum Raisin - Holiday favorite! NYS apples, golden raisins, Dark Bicarrdi Rum.Aunt Dory's Peach Preserves - Reviving a family tradition! This favorite has lots of fruit including peaches, pineapple, maraschino cherries and bananas!!
Baked Apple Jam - NYS apples with a hint of maple with golden raisins and walnuts tucked inside, just like your oven baked apple would taste!
Black Currant Jam - The black currants are grown locally and are picked by us.
Black Currant Jelly - No seeds or skins.
Black Raspberry with NYS Red Wine - This is a very nice combination. Excellent on a cracker with cream cheese.
Blueberry Spice Jam - Sweet spices, a real delight.
Blueberry White Chocolate Jam - This jam is rich and creamy, made with ripe local blueberries and chunks of white chocolate! Take a toasted bagel, spread some cream cheese on it, then add a dollop of Blueberry White Chocolate Jam! Tastes like blueberry cheesecake!
Bourbon Cherry Jam - Made with locally grown black cherries, all hand picked for the freshest fruit available! Prepared with Ten High bourbon. A real treat!
Boysenberry Jam - We do not grow boysenberries in NYS - we have too cold a winter for them - but I now have them available to me. I know this is a favorite of people from the mid-west and west. Sold OutBrandied Blackberry Jam - A different and delicious twist to the classic Blackberry Jam. Very tasty.
Brandied Peach Jam - We pick locally grown peaches and combine with brandy for a incredible flavor. If you like my Southern Peach Jam, this one is a must try! Spoon atop muffins, waffles, or ice cream!
Caramel Apple Jam - The flavor of fall festivals all year round! This is a fall favorite. Locally grown, handpicked apples are combined with caramel extract.
Cherry Almond Jam - Sour cherry with almond flavoring. Tastes like sour cherry pie!
Chocolate Red Raspberry Jam - Delicious jam! Made with our homegrown red raspberries and a semi-sweet chocolate. My mom loves to warm this in the microwave and put it on ice cream. This makes a tremendous cake filling as well!
Christmas Jam - Strawberries, pineapples, apricots, oranges, cherries, golden raisins, and pecans! This jam recipe comes from the lady I apprenticed under who had been making jams and jellies for over 25 years. She started her first Christmas Jam with a strawberry base and then when strawberry season was over it was peach season! For the peach base, check out our Christmas Jam #2 below.
Christmas Jam #2 - This jam recipe is from the lady I apprenticed under (see above). This second Christmas Jam is made with a peach base. Ingredients include peaches, pineapple, apricots, oranges, cherries, golden raisins, and pecans!! A must have for the holidays!Currant Jam - My currant recipes are old fashioned favorites! We pick and prepare the freshest, most perfect fruit.
Currant Jelly - My currant recipes are old fashioned favorites! No pieces or seeds in this.
Elderberry Shiraz Jam - Made with wild elderberries and Shiraz wine.
Fig Jam - Organically grown from a friend in North CarolinaFresh Mango Jam - No, we do not grow mangos in New York! I make the jam with fresh, in-season mangos during the winter.
Gingered Pear Jam - Sweet pears with a taste of ginger! Yum! Wonderful on warm toast or bagels! Also can be good for a sore throat. Put a tablespoon of jam in a cup of hot water for a soothing drink!
Gingered Rhubarb Jam - If you like ginger this is a great choice.Heavenly Jam - Peaches, pears, apples (all locally grown for the ripest fruit available), lemons, and oranges! With the citrus this is similar to a marmalade and definitely heavenly! This has been a real winner.
Hot Shot Apple Jam - A tongue tingler of a jam! Cinnamon Apple Jam with "Hot Damn" cinnamon schnapps. Try over ice cream or as a glaze atop freshly baked breads or other goods!
Jam Noel - You'll be singing "Noel, Noel!" with images of warm biscuits in your head from now on! This amazing jam is made from strawberries and cranberries for a very festive flavor. There is an old tradition of combining the fruit of summer (strawberries) with the fruit of winter (cranberries)to give as Christmas gifts. Perfect to serve as an hors d'oeuvres at the holidays - simply spoon atop a block of cream cheese and serve with crackers.
June Berry Jelly - a nice jelly, without pieces or seeds, juat the juice made into a jellyJune Berry Jam - they are locally grown. June Berries have a nutritional value, similar to a blueberries but a different seed to a blueberry.Kiwi Jam - A light wonderful flavor for the kiwi lover in you! Wonderful with warm muffins or biscuits!NY Red Wine Jelly - Living in the heart of the Finger Lakes wine country of New York, we have an abundance of terrific wines! NY Red Wine Jelly on toast is a perfect addition to any breakfast!
NY Riesling Wine Jelly - Riesling wine is a specialty of the Finger Lakes. The climate and growing conditions here are very similar to where the grape originated in Europe. This jelly is very nice with Brie cheese and crackers.
Niagara Grape Jelly - Niagara grapes are a sweet white grape that some like even better than Concords. I make my jelly with crystal clear cold-pressed Niagara juice.Peach Raspberry Jam - Jam made with local peaches and cane-ripened red raspberries.
Pineapple Jam - A nice full pineapple Jam! Yum! This is a fun one to add to pizza for those who love pineapple on theirs! (Webmaster's note: I love it!!)Pineapple, Orange & Cherry Jam - Made with crushed pineapple, mandarin oranges and maraschino cherries.
Pink Champagne Jelly - Real pretty and lovely with Brie cheese.
Quince Jam - My quince recipes are old - fashioned favorites! We pick and prepare the freshest, most perfect fruits.
Quince Jelly - I juice the quinces myself to make this tasty jelly.
Raspberry Blush Wine Jam - A different twist on Raspberry Jam! Made with local New York State blush wine!Southern Tornado - Here is a "Wowser!" for you! Ingredients include pineapple, oranges, cherries, Southern Comfort liqueur and Grenadine!
Spiced Tomato Jam - This tastes something like our grandmothers would have made. Has an incredibly rich flavor. Includes sweet spices, cinnamon, cloves, and allspice!Spiced Pear Jam - Pears with cinnamon and cloves make this a yummy combination!
Strawberry Banana Jam - This is very popular mixed into yogurt - add a tablespoon or two of jam to a cup of plain yogurt! This, and every jam, is made with the ripest, most perfect fruit.
Strawberry Kiwi Jam - Both fruits are high in vitamin C. A tasty treat!
Strawberry Peach Jam - This is a delectable combination of fruit! Top on warm English muffins or fresh biscuits for a mouthful of goodness!Sunshine Jam - Capturing the sunshine of summer! This is a simple combination of pears, pineapple, and cherries!! Try adding a tablespoon to chicken breasts or baked goods.
Texas Peach Jam - Peaches, Amaretto and pecans, Very nice, for someone looking for something different.
Vanilla! Blueberry Jam - Tasty, perfect blueberries combined Vanilla Schnapps! A great taste. Add a dollop on waffles, ice cream, or English muffins!
Hors d'oeuvre Jams
Apricot Jalape'o Jam - This is the newest addition to my hot pepper jams! This is a great twist of flavors and has the same "heat" as my Green Pepper Jam. A must have for parties and gatherings!
Cranberry Jalape'o - Great combination of the hot and tart!
Cranberry Horseradish Jam - This goes great on chicken or turkey for a sweet zing! Be Creative! We dipped apple slices in it and ~WOW!~
Garlic Jam - Must I say more? Made with the full flavor of organically grown local garlic. This makes wonderful hors d'oeuvres. A customer of mine uses this as the first ingredient for bruschetta. Great with meat!
Horseradish Jam - Another one of my savory jams. A wonderful compliment to meat especially venison and roast beef! The full flavor of horseradish without the heat. Very nice with Havarti cheese.
Hot Green Pepper Jam - This pepper jam is made with jalape'os and has a nice zip. Not too hot. This one's a best seller! Wonderful with cream cheese on crackers or bagels.
Hot Hot Pepper Jam - Made with home grown habaneros and has a real kick! My hot pepper jams all have a fruit base, not water. Wonderful used in hors d'oeuvres for those brave of heart and belly!
Hot Salsa Jam - Everything that goes into salsa is included in this jam! I like using it on hot dogs and sausages instead of ketchup. Also compliments veggie burgers nicely. Great as an hors d'oeuvre with cream cheese on a cracker.
Onion Jelly - Made with sweet Vidalia onions and a little sweet red bell pepper for color.Pineapple Pepper Jam - This is an hors d'oeuvre jam for those of you who don't like the heat of hot pepper jams! A tasty treat made with pineapple and sweet red bell peppers, it has the sweet pepper flavor and no heat. Jazzes up any bagel!
Red Hot Pepper Jelly - Made with jalape'os in a pineapple juice base.
Red Raspberry Hot Pepper Jam - A Nice Raspberry Jam with a little kick! This is the least hot of my hot pepper jams. Chilies are used for the "heat." Good over brie cheese or cream cheese!
Turbo-Charged Hot - Double the habaneros of the Hot Hot!!
Bitter Orange Marmalade - Just like the "Brits" like! A very nice "Bitter"MarmaladeGrapefruit Marmalade - Made with Ruby Red grapefruit for all those grapefruit lovers! YUM! A wonderful breakfast topper.
Jos' Cuervo Marmalade - Lemon Marmalade with Jos' Cuervo. This is a Margarita in a jar- all it needs is the salt!
Kumquat Marmalade - Made with hand picked kumquats.
Lemon Marmalade - This is a nice little marmalade with the zing of lemons! Wonderful on toast along side eggs for breakfast!
Lime Marmalade - This delicious marmalade is made for a special group of customers who love limes! Try it on ice cream for a neat and unusual treat!
Orange Crush - A nice Orange Marmalade with ginger.
Orange Lavender Marmalade - You would have to taste this to believe how good this combination is! The lavender flower gives this marmalade a very French, very tasty flavor. For those who love the smell of lavender, this is a must try! Very popular.
Orange Marmalade - Each year I go to Florida and hand pick my oranges at a small family run organic orange grove. Customers say I make a real good marmalade. (Webmaster's note: I gave a jar of orange marmalade to some friends and they have absolutely raved about it.)
Orange Jamison Whiskey Marmalade - Orange Marmalade will never be the same! Fresh oranges are simmered in Jamison Whiskey to make a lovely marmalade. Wonderful on ice cream or in a baked chicken dish!
Orange Walnut Marmalade - Nut and marmalade lovers, this is your jam! English walnuts in this Orange Marmalade give it a very distinctive flavor. Try this jam in bread recipes for a sweet morning treat!
Tangerine Marmalade - Made with sweet little Clementine tangerines! Wonderful on toast - a great compliment to morning coffee!Tri-Citrus Marmalade - A citrus lover's dream and a favorite among customers! Oranges, lemons, and limes deliciously combined in one jam! A perfect breakfast topper!
Butter Pecan Jam - Another one of my favorites! This jam is packed full of delicious pecans and butter pecan flavoring! A must have for ice cream! Spoon atop waffles and muffins too!
Maple Walnut Jam - This jam is famous as an ice cream topping - just warm it in the microwave. This is one of my favorites for breakfast on English muffins!
Pecan Jam - A nut lover's dream! I think it gives the impression of pecan pie!! Wonderful on ice cream, waffles, or apples!
Walnut Jam - This is a wonderful jam for nut lovers! Try on ice cream or waffles. Use as a component when making the wonderfully gooey "Monkey Bread".
Apple Butter - Made with fresh local apples, slow cooked in the oven to perfection. Try this in oatmeal, or for something really tasty add some to your favorite chili!
Pear Butter - Made just like the apple butter but with the distinct pear flavor.
Mint Jelly - Made with our own mint. The traditional accompaniment to lamb, but great on vanilla ice cream too!
Queen Anne's Lace Jelly - A very old English recipe - very light with a touch of lemon zest (lemon zest is just the outer lemon peel).
Rosehip Jelly - Another old recipe and a favorite of those who have been to Cape Cod and Nantucket.
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Jam is made with whole fruit; usually crushed, pulped or cut up. Jelly is made with the juice only, although it may have other things such as whole herbs added to it. A preserve uses the whole fruit without breaking it up, or has large pieces. It is cooked for a long time and does not have pectin. Marmalade uses the zest, pulp and juice of citrus fruits. Fruit butters are made by slowly cooking fruit and juices in the oven until thickened.
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