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Monday, June 7, 2021

Apricots are next


Canning season has begun


Red Currants are ripe.





 Labels have to be affixed





Next are sour cherries, 
Will my owl come back to guard over them?





Sour cherries, perfect for winter pies.





and Cherry Likör





Some are reserved fir little tartlets.




Three bites and they're gone.


Gina



5 comments:

  1. Dear Gina - you appear to have bags and bags of energy - if you have any spare, please send some of it over to me. So many delicious things that you have made here - I am now awaiting the arrival of apricots which have just begun to turn up in our shops again and I will make some French Conserve.

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  2. Dear Rosemary,
    Apricots make my most favorite preserves. My recipe is very simple, 3 ingredients, apricots, sugar and lemon juice. I would love to know how you make your French Conserve.

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    1. I expect that it is almost the same as yours Gina, but I haven't tried making it with lemon juice added.
      https://wherefivevalleysmeet.blogspot.com/2014/06/french-apricot-conserve.html

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  3. Dear Gina,
    Those little cherry tartlets look very tempting!
    I'm struck by the sudden change of seasons that you experience. Not long ago it seemed that our spring was slowly unfurling while you were still in the midst of winter. Now our fruit is not even near to ripening and you are putting up preserves already! What a world we live in!

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  4. Your photos and words make everything look enchanting. Thank you for sharing beauty.

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