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Get ’em While You Can Can ~ Vanilla Peach Jam
These may not be the peaches, from Campbell, Missouri, that I grew up eating, and later canning, but Michigan grows their own mighty fine peaches, too. You know the kind you have to eat over the kitchen sink because the … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Dairy free, Eating, Family, Gluten Free, Recipes, Traditions Tagged cobbler, cooking, fried pie, grandma, jam, lazy man's peach cobbler, preserving, recipes, ripe peaches, vanilla peach jam 3 Comments