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You've been busy! Everything looks so beautiful and delish.

I'll take a few jars of each please :)

Oh my, Anna~~you have been VERY busy indeed! Goodness, all your canned goods look just WONDERFUL! Those are just treasures for the pantry, and I know you will enjoy it all VERY much! I could sure LOVE me some peach jam! When we lived in GA, there was nothing better than the fabulous fresh GA peaches! I miss those SO much!
You have done such a great job...kudos to you for being so industrious! :D You are the perfect farmer!!! :D

Mmmmm, the peach jam sounds TOO good! I just made a batch of apricot jam today and 2 batches of strawberry jam a few weeks ago, I did not have enough cherries this year to make jelly (new bushes) maybe next spring. I am not a sweet pickle fan. But the dill pickle, YES !
I love the idea of weighing the produce. I am too late to do it this year. Maybe next year. And maybe next year I will actually get some tomatoes. :)
Have a relaxing Sunday afternoon, hugs...

Wonderful looking jars of goodness. I make that same zucchini relish recipe as my husband likes it in/on chili, beans, hamburgers, hot dogs and I use it in my tuna salads and sometimes potato salad. He would love your peach jam!!


To Kathy; The relish is a wonderful sweet relish that I LOVE on burgers, franks, and especially mixed with smokey flavored tuna and a little bit o mayo. Mmmmm.... soooo gooooood!!!


Thanks!
-Anna.

Might have to buy some zucchini (yes, it has an "h" in it)to try those crabbiless Z crab cakes from Dawn! Questions for you, Anna. What do you do with the zucchini relish? The jams and pickles look scrumptious! I have a great zucchini cookie recipe if you like soft cookies. I'd like some but no oven being used in my house till probably October!

YUM! I should try the relish with the tons of Z we have! have you tried "Crabbiless Z Crab Cakes"? yum! Our peaches should be ripe soon....nothing like fresh jam!! TFS Anna!

2 C shredded zucchini
1 C seasoned bread crumbs
3/4 C grated cheddar cheese
1/2 C finely diced red onion
1 egg, slightly beaten
2 T mayonnaise
1 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp fresh ground pepper
olive oil for frying

Combine all ingredients, mixing well. Heat oil in large skillet and carefully drop large spoonfuls of the mixture, gently flattening into a "patty". Fry 7-10 minute on each side until golden and cooked through. (they'll feel firm)

yum, yum, yummmmmmmmmmmm! Thanks too for your recipes. We are a little later up her in the great White North so I'll begin canning in about another week or so. The peach jam sounds wonderful!! I like to use a dab in filled Christmas cookies too.

I too have made relish....also some canned tomatoes and the green beans are in the making now. Grapes will be coming soom and hoping to get some peaches too. Also will be drying apples this year. Something my Mom used to always do!

These jars look lovely, and the recipes sound yummy. Nothing like homemade peach jam, or canned peaches. I've never thought to try peach jam in yogurt before! Thanks for the suggestion and the recipes!

It all looks good, but I really really want some of those dill pickles!! I need to send you a picture of the cute duck family that lives at my apartment complex. There is a momma duck that is brown and white with a red patch around her eye and 14 babies, yes 14!

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