A box of sweet Georgia peaches was delivered on my front porch. Thank you Kristin and Rick.
What a happy and unexpected (and juicy) surprise. The jewels of a summer harvest at Pearson Farm in Georgia arrived in Pittsburgh. Perfection! The scent as the box was opened was wonderful and the taste even better. Delicious!
My mother (from Illinois) always made a Christmas JELL-O with the juice of a fresh lemon added. I made it on Christmas Eve but forgot it on Christmas Day and it’s still in the fridge. Maybe we’ll eat some tomorrow. Her other concoction was lemon jello with crushed pineapple and shredded carrots with fresh lemon a pinch of salt. Oh and one made with the little packet of plain gelatin, fresh limes’ juice and sliced green grapes. My childhood memories of JELL-O(click for history as it all started in 1897) my sense is that it’s just not as popular anymore.
So JELL-O, yes or no?
Christmas JELL-O preparation on Christmas Eve
My sister gave me this cookbook
Perhaps your remember my Rainbow JELL-O post which was more of an art project.
Happy mail today. Three jars of wonderful homemade jam made by Pam with the goodness from her Massachusetts garden. Wrapped so carefully, protected perfectly, the mail carrier delivered the unexpected box Friday afternoon. Not a drop spilled. They were well padded- Blubarb, Golden Raspberry and Red Raspberry. Oh my. Which to sample first?
Saturday morning will require some toast and butter. How you make the jam without pectin and just half the sugar sounds amazing! Thank you for the delightful gift. I appreciate your sharing your harvest and culinary skills.
The golden raspberry might be first as I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a golden raspberry.