I had this little surprise planned all evening.......then the rain came......then the lightning and thunder came......and then my internet went off. It is back on, but another wave of a new storm is coming so I am hurrying to try to beat it so it won't go off again.
Tonight on fbook I put up that I was making Peach Strawberry Jam this evening after getting home from the bakery. It has to be one of the my favorites, besides Sandhill Plum. I used fresh strawberries and fresh Colorado Peaches. Talk about good!
Well here is my surprise......... I thought we just need a little party.......for no reason at all! I love having them you know and since it rained and will be raining more.......I need a little celebration.........soooooooo here goes.
I am going to giveaway one pint jar of this Peach Strawberry Jam......it is soooooo delicious! This is all you have to do!
Leave me one comment here on my blog.........
anything you want to talk about!
Isn't that easy?
Now for one more vote leave me a note on my
and come back and tell me you did please!
The party will start now
and will end on Saturday September 8th at noon
Oh my it is thundering again........another storm is coming.
Please leave me a comment here on my blog
or if you don't have a blog leave me an email at
prairie flower farm at gmail dot com
so I can get a hold of you.
Put PS Jam in the subject line please.
Okay!!!!! Thank you for joining in. Can't wait to see who comes to
the blog party!!!!!!!
Want to get this up before I lose electricity again!
God bless you!!!!!!!
Ohmigoodness - that jam sounds SO good! Stay safe in the storm! Blessings coming your way!ReplyDelete
Love your site, and enjoy seeing what you are up to everyday. You seem soooo busy. Have a safe and blessed evening MarciaReplyDelete
I'm very glad that you are getting the rain you need so badly :) Your strawberry/peach jam really looks YUMMY and I would just LOVE to win me a jar of that summery goodness so please consider me, even if I live in Canada :)ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! Your jam sounds wonderful and I love the photos. Glad rain is coming your way.ReplyDelete
Will you send a slice of homemade bread with it? Would love to win!!! "Rain Drops Keep Fallin' On My Head!"ReplyDelete
Just came from FB! :-)ReplyDelete
You are so kind to your fb followers! Would love to try your jam. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
I put it on my blog and facebook simply because everyone should try. Sounds so yummy I want to go make a loaf of bread now just in case! LOLReplyDelete
I wrote on your blog and on Prairie Farm FB page.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the wonderful prize - we all LOVE homemade Strawberry Jam - can't wait to taste the added peaches!!!!!
So happy you are getting some rain! Wish we'd get some here in CA :-) I would love to win some of your Peach Strawberry jam - my two favorite fruits and it sounds amazing! Left a comment on your FB page also.ReplyDelete
Blessings on the rain! The jam sounds like a very special treat! I left you a note on your facebook too!ReplyDelete
Oh Linda..this jam looks amazing! When I saw your first post on FB, I was going to suggest a giveaway as I just knew it would be delicious! And "oh, how I'd love to try it!ReplyDelete
Blessings my friend..
Linda, I just left a comment on FB! Bless you!ReplyDelete
I would love to try your strawberry-peach jam. It looks delish!!ReplyDelete
That's beautiful jam!! I've never made any peach/strawberry and would love to give it a try! In everything, give thanks, GrandmaSoucieReplyDelete
Left you a not on Facebook.ReplyDelete
Left a comment on FB too!!! Have a great day!In everything, give thanks, GrandmaSoucieReplyDelete
I would so love to win your jam....I don't do a lot or canning or preserves so a pint of yours would be so special!!!! And, I agree with the rest of the ladies.....a warm slice of bread sounds soooo delicious!!!!ReplyDelete
Just left my comment on Facebook....have a special day!!ReplyDelete
The Jam sounds yummy.I would love to try some on my morning toast.Warm Blessings!~AmyReplyDelete
Hmmm...yummy! This jar would be very happy at my house.♥♫ReplyDelete
I love your blog. So many good ideas....keep it coming!!ReplyDelete
I love your blog. So many good ideas....keep it coming!!ReplyDelete
I love your blog. So many good ideas....keep it coming!!ReplyDelete
THANKS FOR YOUR BLOG+YOUR JAM!
this jam sounds yummyReplyDelete
ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com
I just made a batch of "Oregon" peach jam on Labor day. Was craving peach jam big time. Never had Strawberry peach jam but sounds delicious!! Glad you are getting rain. It hasn't rained here in central Oregon for quite a while either. Our main concern in this neck of the woods is forest fires. But fall is coming and so are the rains eventually. Peggy @email@example.comReplyDelete
This sounds so delicious--I never would have thought of combining these. I have been busy canning tomatoes.ReplyDelete
slrdowney at hotmail dot com
Would love to try that combination. I've made some jams over the years but they are usually just the basic flavors. I do have plums I'm waiting on and hoping to make a chutney with them. I've never had chutney :}ReplyDelete
Oh that sounds so good!!! I would love to try it! Hopefully after the party you will share the recipe too? Where you live, do you have any nut trees? I figured out that I have an English Walnut tree and it is full!! At first I thought they were apples. Can hardly wait to harvest them and figure out how to do it...especially drying them. Any ideas?ReplyDelete
Blessings for your rest of the week,
That looks very yummy! Have never tried peach and strawberry jam! I am hoping to get to the cider mill this fall and make apple butter yum love it and have a new crockpot recipe I want to try.ReplyDelete
post on facebook too! thanks again for the party LindaReplyDelete
I greatly enjoy your blog! The jam sounds so good! I remember homemade plum jam as a kid-yummy! The strawberry peach combo sounds just as delicious. Thanks for your generous spirit! Stephmansdoerfer@yahoo.comReplyDelete
you inspire me. You are always so busy, making and doing great things!
I've never heard of this combination before in jam... sounds delish!
Hope you are having a good week, so far.
Just came from Facebook, your peach strawberry jam looks wonderful!!!ReplyDelete
Strawberry Peach Jam sounds delicious! I just got a big bunch of pears so I'm planning on making some kind of pear preserves. There are several yummy recipes I'm looking at.ReplyDelete
Sounds just delicious, Linda! How I would love to win a jar! If not, I will just have to make some. I have plenty of strawberries in the freezer and could get some peaches.ReplyDelete
I agree with a commenter above, you are such an inspiration. You accomplish so much at home even on the days that you work. A great example to me. I struggle with using my time in the most productive ways. Thanks for being such a wonderful example.
I left a comment on FB - I've made peach-raspberry freezer jam, but never used strawberries. :DReplyDelete
We've gotten some rain here in southern Missouri and are so thankful. The jam sounds great -- I've never had that combination before.ReplyDelete
YES!!!!! Peach and strawberry would be a nice thing to try. We love both, but never tried them together. Would love to win this!!!ReplyDelete
Mmmmm! Peach Strawberry Jam sounds yummy! I would love to win this and then I could make some buttermilk biscuits to go with it!ReplyDelete
linda, you are so faithful to your followers by offering homemade items by you!! whoever wins will be so appreciative!! stay dry! we had a storm here in iowaCity at 3:15am when my Wriggly decided she needed to go outside!! we both got wet!!ReplyDelete
I like Prairie Flower Farm on FacebookReplyDelete
I hear thunder as I write this comment. a party with scones and your jam would be perfect. thanks for a chance to win some.ReplyDelete
Sounds really good. Are you giving out the recipe? I would never have thought of mixing strawberries and peaches. Did you have fresh strawberries to use with the fresh peaches or were they frozen? I'd love to win, so I can taste this jam. You are so kind to share.ReplyDelete
I have two family weddings coming this weekend and next weekend. Can't wait to see family, dance and just have a great time. Your blog inspires and lifts me up. I am always praying for all the Prairie Flower Farm ladies...ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.ReplyDelete
Hi I left a message on your post about the jam on fb......ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.ReplyDelete
I have been making a salad dressing using fruit preserves, balsamic vinegar and water to kind of neutralize the vinegar :) The consistency of the preserves makes it think & wonderful. I've tried it with strawberry and then a pineapple/apricot combo.... Wonder what your jam would be like?????ReplyDelete
I don't think I've ever even eaten strawberries and peaches together and definitely in a jam. Looks and sounds good. Would love to win....can almost taste it on a biscuit.ReplyDelete
I have never heard of this, would love to try it. Love STrawberry/Rhubarb jam. Bet it would be yummy on my Homeade Sour Dough Bread. Thanks for doing this.ReplyDelete
Aunt lodi here, forgot I don't have a blog. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Left a note on your FB. email@example.comReplyDelete
I've never thought of combining peaches and strawberries. I'll bet that is delicious. I've got lots of jalapeno peppers coming from my garden right now. I made some pepper relish and the family loved it. I think I will need to make some more for Christmas gifts. I just hate burning fingers. ~smile~ReplyDelete
Blessings to you!
I dropped a note at your facebook page. You're such a busy little bee.ReplyDelete
I left you a note on facebook and I just love your blog and recipies and ideas ! Blessings, Linda FinnReplyDelete
How good that would look on my piece of toast in the morning! Never tried that combination before, but sounds yummy!ReplyDelete
I love strawberry jam, especially in the middle of winter when it is so cold and snowy outside, it's like a taste of summer! It would be so special to enjoy some peach strawberry jam! YUM!ReplyDelete
Yummy! You make the best stuff! Prayers for my daughter & grandson please! Thanks! KarlaReplyDelete
This Jam sounds so good, would love to win me some. Take care my friend. We got some of the much needed rain last nite also, I think you sent it our way my friend. THANKS!ReplyDelete
Barbara in Amarillo
I would love to win some Peach-Strawberry Jam! It looks really good. Thanks for sharing the recipe too. Your blog is my favorite one to read although I don't always get time to comment. Donna EnglishReplyDelete
Vote Two-I left a comment on your FB page. Thank you for the opportunity to win some of your fabulous jam! Donna EnglishReplyDelete
Linda, I would love to win a jar of your jam..it would be almost like sitting across from you sipping tea or coffee, and having a scone with homemade jam! Girl time!ReplyDelete
Linda, I left a comment on your FB page, have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
I am new to your site and simply love it. The recipe for the whole wheat dinner rolls sounds so good. I am going to try making them soon. Being able to connect with other like-minded and like-hearted women across this nation is such a blessing. I do not have a blog but follow by reading blogs and by email. Your jam is lovely. I will have to look for strawberries!ReplyDelete
Homemade jam is just the best..love it on scones..mmm Glad you got some rain. Just love your blog as well as your posts on f/b.ReplyDelete
Hi, Linda - Glad you got some rain! We are supposed to get some more this afternoon - my tomatoes will love it! Your jam sounds dee-lish, as does your bread - so cute in the little pails! Will have to try that too sometime. Enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Yum. I would love some strawberry peach jam, yes, indeed. Thanks for letting us visit.ReplyDelete
I can taste that deliciousness already!!!ReplyDelete
Have left a message on the Facebook Page as well as emailed you a note..<3<3ReplyDelete
Love your blog and the sweetness you share.ReplyDelete
Blessings to you and yours.
I'm not sure why but I seem to always have problems posting comments to you. Usually I give up and just enjoy your posts for the lift they bring, but I'm determined to try again... (that's my post above, too at 6:26 pm)...ReplyDelete
I am telling you Linda, blogger is stealing my comments! LOL! Having a sad day, really missing Nick. I will e mail you. I do have a bit of terrific news. I want to share with you. I would love to win your jam! One of these Kansas trips I am going to get see you face to face and we can share tea and jam! Love to you always!ReplyDelete
I stopped by Face Book too. I love all your sweet kindnesses. Have a beautiful weekend.ReplyDelete
I am a Kansas girl living in the mountain foothills. How I long for Sandhill plum jam (was a young girl in Hutch) that my mom made from wild plums. You have to taste to understand. Thanks for the great reminders of the beauitful state of Kansas.ReplyDelete
Hi Linda! Just "liked" you on Facebook. I am so happy that you are getting rain. It's been plentiful here in Ohio and it's made me wish I could barrel it up and send it to all those needing it.ReplyDelete
As for your jam, that sounds like a mix that my husband would really work on the "honeydo" list with the promise of that and some warm fresh baked bread or biscuits. Thanks for sharing such good things with your readers. Be blessed.
WoW! That jam looks really good! I just love your blog.....thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Request recipe! Jam looks so delicious! Would make a festive gift for family and friends! Enjoy your emails!ReplyDelete
Blessings to U on this lovely cool morning in September!!!
Love in Our Savior Jesus Christ for all eternity!
Peach/Strawberry Jam sounds very yummy!ReplyDelete
Your pictures are always beautiful! Love the
one today of the Nebraska Mtns; about Jesus coming back for us! "Even so come quickly, Lord Jesus"