I am finding that the simplest of flavors such as wines are really quite good in shifting a fruit jam or preserve into a great batch that has some depth. Just as in cooking only use wines that you would drink and enjoy in a glass by themselves.
My rhubarb discoveries, sweet, savory and wonderful: Strawberry-rhubarb sauce; rhubarb, lavender, honey preserves; rhubarb chutney; rhubarb gooseberry strawberry rose petal (RGSR) preserves; Asian style rhubarb pickle and more.
I’m slightly ahead of the curve this time, giving you a preserves recipe before the strawberry season actually starts! These are simply the best strawberry preserves I’ve ever eaten. Check out the bonus sour cream ice cream recipe too!
This most simple of tomato jams reminds us that tomatoes are a delicious fruit. Early Girl tomatoes, especially when dry farmed, are spectacularly sweet and thick skinned.
From The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook