The quilt is bound and I’ll post all the steps of machine binding – as soon as I have time.
Today I made two batches of hot pepper jelly. I’ve included the recipe.
Whoops! I got the pictures in reverse order. I love this jelly on toast or with cream cheese on a cracker. More Christmas gifts – done!
Yum! I love hot pepper jelly too. Especially when all or most of the ingredients are homegrown. This year I would have to buy some to go along with my homegrown. However, I am saving my jalapenos for my canned salsa.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! 😍
It’s good as a glaze for ham too!
Oh thank you for the recipe. my son loves hot HOT. Looks yummy. I will have to file it until summer but have sown the seeds for this. Do you add some colouring ?
It’s spring here and the daffodils have wonderful double blooms but last longer in the garden than a vase. It’s been so wet this year that the ground is really boggy but no one complains because of your horrendous flooding in U.S. and the islands.
I just love your pumpkins. Do you cook with them or just use them for displays?
Love, Noel, in NZ.
Thank you Mary for sharing the recipe
Thanks for the pictures of the jelly, love it. Look forward to your quilt pictures.
Ooo, me too! Cream cheese and hot pepper jelly on a cracker..nuttin’ better!!
Thank you so very much, Mary!!!!