Gooseberry Jam

Little

The Gooseberries have been ripening a few at a time,

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Many

…Constance helped with the last picking…

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Crop

…and brought the last basketful to Jane.

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Boil

They were boiled, and strained, …and then equal volume of sugar was added and boiled again until the sheeting stage was reached.

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Ping

…and then bottled.   There is nothing so satisfying as the ping of a jar of sealed jam…

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Jam

…unless it is a stack of jam jars.

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6 thoughts on “Gooseberry Jam

  1. You’re so right about the *ping” of the jar! Unless it’s the shine of the sun through the finished product as it sits in a window just to look at a bit…

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