Thank you to all who took the time to come and sign up for the Peach Strawberry Jam. I enjoyed reading all the comments. You are all so precious!
This evening our middle son's family came out to the farm. Tonya, my daughter in love, Ellie my granddaughter and myself went out to the garden and gathered veggies for their family. We picked a big bag full!! Very grateful that we have had produce this year during the hard drought.
Earlier in the day I pinned these rolls. I used to have these little jars, but after moving I am not sure where they are. I will be buying some this weekend, so I will have them on hand for entertaining. This is soooo cute!
Before our family came...... I took this recipe and made it into a loaf of bread. It would be easier to feed the whole family with a slice and some Peach Strawberry Jam on top. Everyone thought the bread and jam was a winner.
If you would like the recipe for the bread here it is. Whole Wheat Buttermilk Rolls I did not add the rosemary for the bread I made today, but I will try it when I make it into little rolls. I also didn't use just whole wheat but I used half unbleached flour and half fresh ground whole wheat from our farm this last summer. That is always special for me to use wheat from the field.
The recipe for the Peach Strawberry Jam is found Here. It is really so good and so easy to make. If you ever have any questions and I can help, please let me know.
If you haven't signed up for the Peach Strawberry Jam Party please do so Here, if you would like.
Blessings to your day....may the Lord make Himself real in your daily walk.
I love to bake in jars...those rolls look wonderful!ReplyDelete
Linda..this all sounds wonderful! Wish I had the energy to bake some of that bread....yumm...ReplyDelete
I think anything in Mason jar is better! :) Those are adorable and I can't wait to give it a try.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing. May your day be filled with joy and contentment!
YUM YUM! These sure sound wonderful! I'll be trying them~ Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Oh those little jars are lovely! Your story reminds me of the book "Bread and Jam for Frances". I just found it while sorting more of Nick's things! Oh how I cried! But I love bread and jam myself so your thoughtful words made me smile. Thank you. Love and Blessings, AnneReplyDelete