Made this jam with out of season fruit from the grocery store when I was out of town, but it was so delicious that I'm definitely making it again this summer with really good sweet strawberries and peaches from our trees.
This jam is a little bit sweet and a little bit tart too. I could have eaten an entire jar of it all by myself, but instead, I kept throwing elbows with my husband each morning to see who could finish it first.
Peach season is long gone, but maybe you froze some? To preserve the juice and sweetness of the peaches, I changed up my usual technique to balance the flavor a bit more on the fruit side. This is the perfect little mood booster on a chilly night.
love salsa and I have come to love it even more ever since I realized it can be used for more than just a dip. I have started to use salsas a lot more in cooking. It’s very easy to pour a jar over chicken or pork and bake it.
TangO peaches are the paler, sourer sister of the sweet and lovely donut peach. No matter, they make a fine spicy jam enlivened with honey and lemon. And not too much sugar now, TangO jam isn't tangled up with lots of sticky sweetness. Clean, sharp.