Petite Plum and Lemon, Hyssop & Lavender Marmalade

Even though I have forgotten her

I continue to eat

plum after plum…

-Haiku,Β  James Tipton.

Lonely petite plum
Lonely petite plum

 

Duo of petite plum
Duo of petite plum

 

Blushing petite plum
Blushing petite plum

 

I love plums, and can’t wait to make one of our favourite plum jam with fresh bay leaves, vanilla and Brandy… I named this jam Plum Coquette…

I am still working on raspberries, strawberries and blueberries.. The blueberry jam infused with fresh mint and lemon balm was very well received at the market, especially on those sizzling summer days…

 

Lavender and Hyssop
Lavender and Hyssop

 

Lavender and Hyssop
Lavender and Hyssop

Lavender and Hyssop are in full bloom…ready to share their fragrant essence to the lemon marmalade…

 

Lemon Lavender Hyssop Marmalade
Lemon Lavender Hyssop Marmalade

 

Lemon Lavender Hyssop Marmalade
Lemon Lavender Hyssop Marmalade

This lemon marmalade is made with thin slices of lemon suspended in a bright and fruity yet slightly tart jelly. The two marvelous flavours of lavender and hyssop blend in perfect harmony to add an herbal note.

 

 

Le Meadow's Pantry Lemon Marmalade with Lavender and Hyssop
Le Meadow’s Pantry Lemon Marmalade with Lavender and Hyssop

 

Le Meadow's Pantry Lemon Marmalade with Lavender and Hyssop
Le Meadow’s Pantry Lemon Marmalade with Lavender and Hyssop

I named this marmalade Terrific Tea Time… for an indolent afternoon…

Find me with luscious jams and bold marmalades Saturday July 19th Kerrisdale 10-2pm and Whistler July 20th 10-4pm…

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