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Updated: 2017-02-02T16:30:55.465+01:00

 



Your pudding looks FABULOUS! And what a dedicated...

2009-05-26T23:44:11.200+02:00

Your pudding looks FABULOUS! And what a dedicated worker your husband is... that is such a time consuming job! My hubby does alot of cooking, too. He is pretty good at cleaning up (I'd say about 85%)!

My Mom's cat's name is Rajah!



That looks so good! You are fortunate he likes to...

2009-05-26T20:15:04.961+02:00

That looks so good! You are fortunate he likes to make all that good stuff. :)
Glenda



Looks like our husbands could be pals--mine made m...

2009-05-25T13:55:37.080+02:00

Looks like our husbands could be pals--mine made mountains of kumquat marmalade last fall from fruit we picked at the home of some people I'd met because they were having a garage sale. Of course!

You asked a good question over on my blog, what the heck am I talking about with the door prizes?

I work with children's librarians, and I have a drawing for a variety prizes at the beginning of our monthly meetings. Encourages everyone to be on time!



Great recipe. I will be trying my hands at jam mak...

2009-05-25T12:17:43.462+02:00

Great recipe. I will be trying my hands at jam making again this year, lets hope it does turn into jam and not boiled sweets again! lol. xxxx



How lovely for a man to take so much pride in such...

2009-05-25T12:14:04.049+02:00

How lovely for a man to take so much pride in such a hobby. I myself had a bit of an addiction to jam making a few years ago!!! It's just so magical how the fruit becomes something so different that can be enjoyed many months later!



Hi Floss, First of all, Ben does still look cute w...

2009-05-25T12:12:45.107+02:00

Hi Floss,
First of all, Ben does still look cute without his apron! :).....A very long time ago...when I was studying Home Economics as an undergrad....I received a prize for my plum preserves....but that was the last time I attempted to make any sort of jam....I do love to eat jam though and your cherry jam looks delicious! I hope you have a wonderful day!
Take care, Laura



Oh wow Floss, how cute is your Ben? I love that p...

2009-05-25T11:19:14.835+02:00

Oh wow Floss, how cute is your Ben? I love that photo, and the one of Raja waiting patiently under the table. Very cocker spaniel. I love the whole process of jam making, I really loved making quince jelly this year. It's funny how our season's are back the front isn't it? We are having wild winter weather here and there you are picking yummy summery fruit. Thanks for the recipe, it looks delicious x



Hello Floss I LOVE your post as it transports me r...

2009-05-25T11:01:14.353+02:00

Hello Floss
I LOVE your post as it transports me right back to my Aunt & Grandmother's kitchen in Belgium. They made a lot of jam and fresh fruit based recipes. Seeing your photos reminds me of the scent going through the house as the jam is simmering...BLISS! You really are making the most of living out there! Enjoy it.
Isabelle x



Dear Floss :) thank you for another lovely family ...

2009-05-24T22:38:27.037+02:00

Dear Floss :) thank you for another lovely family weekend post, those cherries look gorgeous and yummy as well! Here the cherries just stopped blossoming and are very small and green, so I'm a bit jealous you already can make jams there - already in spring! The recipe book is really cool by the way ;)

About the trees... it is really cool you showed them to your son - kids always have most unexpected perceptions of things ;)I'm glad the first one looks as if it even can be 'lived in' :) In terms of the second one - when I worked on it I tried to make it more 'alive' than the one representing Suprematism, that's why you can see the warmer colours, more natural ones as well (more of green on the tree & the sun is more colourful as well, warmer background)and I guess there is a bit more shape and movement in this work, it is the direction which is different from the first one. I guess I tried to express less restriction and more freedom, form and colour here in contrast to the first one.



OOPS! Ben's just read through this post and pointe...

2009-05-24T21:46:10.209+02:00

OOPS! Ben's just read through this post and pointed out that I ommitted the quantity of cherries from my recipe! I've put it in now, but if you did copy it before, my apologies. You need 550g of pitted cherries. How embarassing!



Mmmmmm. That looks wonderful. Cherries are only ju...

2009-05-24T21:17:02.849+02:00

Mmmmmm. That looks wonderful. Cherries are only just arriving here, but gooseberries are waiting for me in the garden.
Have you discovered the French sugar especially for jam making? It's good.



That's one fabulous man you have there! He picked...

2009-05-24T21:10:25.323+02:00

That's one fabulous man you have there! He picked all those cherries on his own then spent the rest of the day in the kitchen making jam!! I can only imagine how good your house smelt that glorious day. Oh yum! Lucky you, fresh jam on toast, nothing like it.



Oh Floss I just love cherries and will be trying y...

2009-05-24T19:16:57.827+02:00

Oh Floss I just love cherries and will be trying your recipe for cherry layer pudding My goodness how many did you get from the neighbours.... Wonderful x



yummy!!!! :)

2009-05-24T19:13:05.474+02:00

yummy!!!! :)



That all looks so yummy! I wish I could sit in the...

2009-05-24T17:59:40.158+02:00

That all looks so yummy! I wish I could sit in the kitchen with a cup of tea and help! What a delight that would be! Luv~Betty G~



Thats a VERY yummy looking cherry layer pudding! T...

2009-05-24T15:54:23.422+02:00

Thats a VERY yummy looking cherry layer pudding! Thank you so much for the recipe, we'll have to give that one a go very soon. Just thinking about it makes me drool. And what a fabulous little jam making book, thats well worth preserving ( oh good grief, preserving, hahaha ) any way you can.



Floss, Thanks for a great post and the pudding rec...

2009-05-24T14:09:39.697+02:00

Floss, Thanks for a great post and the pudding recipe. I believe Phil would like that cookbook. He likes to know the why's and how's, the processes...etc. His favorite chef on foodnetwork is Alton Brown, he uses various methods to teach the viewer the cooking process, history of food being cooked, why you should and shouldn't use certain ingredients...etc. I think your hubby would also like Alton.

Kris