It's been a fun week exploring #summerjams. Here's our favorites that we covered. What's your favorite jam to put up during the peak of summer?
We'll be making jam. Strawberry jam, that's what kind! Straight up, spiked with booze or perfumed with herbs, it's a classic that happily graces any breakfast table.
Fuzzy little fruit make for bright, flavorful jam, especially if you can get your hands on Blenheims. This is a versatile tool in the kitchen, great for glazes.
Another fuzzy friend, peaches are ripe for jam making too. Try it on its own, or pair peaches up with herbs like sage for extra pizzazz.
Got the blues? Get your jam on! Our week of #summerjams continues with blueberry. A natural for jam, all it needs is a little lemon to brighten it up.
Ch-ch-ch-ch-cherry jam! The week of #summerjams rolls on with these dreamy drupes. No doubt about it: Cherry jam is the bomb.
Raspberries! Summer's brightest berry can be made into jam that is traditional or thoroughly modern.
Black is beautiful! Blackberry jam is the ultimate taste of summer. It takes nothing more than berries, sugar and lemon, but a touch of bourbon or balsamic doesn't hurt.
When the plums are in, there's nothing better. Fragrant, juicy and sweet-tart, these drupes make for jams that are plum fabulous.
Last but not least in our week of #summerjams, figs' honeyed sweetness are a natural for jams, straight up or enhanced with balsamic, lavender or fennel.