Monthly Archives: August 2011

What can I make into jelly now in hot Texas?

It is hot August (almost September) and you are wondering to yourself what could you possibly make into jelly in Texas. Well, I have the answers for you. And note that there are lots of delicious jelly possibilities still awaiting … Continue reading

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Pear Jelly

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Pears are one of my favorite fruit. Usually their juice is running down my face in all its sweet glory. The pears I picked for my jelly weren’t that type of pear. They were tasty even though they were still … Continue reading

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Blanco Crabapple Jelly

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Blanco Crabapple ( pyrus ioensis, prairie crabapple) is truly a Texas fruit so jelly made from it is a Texas Jelly since it grows wild only on limestone slopes and creeks in the Edwards Plateau in central Texas. It has … Continue reading

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