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Jam - Which Do You Find The Most Fascinating?
Jam - Which Do You Find The Most Fascinating?
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Gooseberry3 Votes - [10.71%]
Raspberry5 Votes - [17.86%]
Strawberry (fresh from Cambridgeshire, Lionheart48's Granddad made it)3 Votes - [10.71%]
Plum1 Votes - [3.57%]
Rhubarb1 Votes - [3.57%]
Apple & Cinnemon (darling, you can't have one without t'other)0 Votes - [0%]
Marmalade (it's not jam but we'll pretend)1 Votes - [3.57%]
The one with the Golliwog7 Votes - [25%]
apricot1 Votes - [3.57%]
Blackberry (mora)1 Votes - [3.57%]
Going underground2 Votes - [7.14%]
Paul Weller2 Votes - [7.14%]
Cherry1 Votes - [3.57%]
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22 October 2017 15:39 Post ID: #1558341
MOnster
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Very 'Wall apparently

Which do you find the most fascinating?

Remember, your very heritage is at stake!

Edited by numbernine 22/10/2017 15:41
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22 October 2017 16:30 Post ID: #1558348 - in reply to #1558341
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My own.

1. Home-grown blackberry with ginger.

2. Home-grown blackberry with pear and my award-winning apples....all from my own garden.

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22 October 2017 16:40 Post ID: #1558349 - in reply to #1558341
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Yes but your garden is five acres, ain't that cheating? ha
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22 October 2017 16:50 Post ID: #1558350 - in reply to #1558341
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Our council house flat, which was the kind you'd find on rolls road, a two floor house, on top of a two floor house, with open balcony. From the uppermost tier you'd look on to a rising bank which was a playing field for us, and beyond a row of houses with the back gardens nearest. I can't actually recall why, but we used to nick rhubarb from one of them and take it home, I think we did anyway as raw rhubarb would not be very appealing I don't think. We didn't make jam but sweetened rhubarb and custard was the best of desserts growing up, end of story. The flats were on Hicks Farm Rise. I was stolen as a child at the age of nine and moved to the other side of town, the most despicable thing any parent could ever to do to their son. At which point I ran away to Millwall.
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23 October 2017 02:07 Post ID: #1558384 - in reply to #1558341
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Definitely not plum jam mate - That's fucking painful. Usually suffered when either braking like fuck or having a head-on collision when riding a motorcycle.
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23 October 2017 02:08 Post ID: #1558385 - in reply to #1558341
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Can you make jam from rhubarb?
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23 October 2017 03:43 Post ID: #1558386 - in reply to #1558341
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You can make jam from any fruit or veg, all it is, is reduction and probably an equal weight in sugar. Onions are sweet after heat added so can make onion jam too.
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23 October 2017 06:12 Post ID: #1558387 - in reply to #1558348
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whiskylion - 22/10/2017 16:30

My own.

1. Home-grown blackberry with ginger.

2. Home-grown blackberry with pear and my award-winning apples....all from my own garden.



Ginger in your garden? How many of them and do you keep them in the shed or are they free range?
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23 October 2017 08:42 Post ID: #1558392 - in reply to #1558341
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Prefer a Jazz Jam.
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23 October 2017 09:26 Post ID: #1558396 - in reply to #1558387
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FireWall - 23/10/2017 06:12

whiskylion - 22/10/2017 16:30

My own.

1. Home-grown blackberry with ginger.

2. Home-grown blackberry with pear and my award-winning apples....all from my own garden.



Ginger in your garden? How many of them and do you keep them in the shed or are they free range?



And there was me thinking you were a wordsmith...

OK, for the avoidance of doubt: ginger with home-grown blackberry.

The ginger I use is root ginger preserved in syrup which you then dice up (the root ginger, not the syrup) and use the syrup as the sweetening agent rather than sugar. Roughly one medium-sized cube of ginger per jar suffices.

My fellow villagers love it!


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25 October 2017 10:32 Post ID: #1558560 - in reply to #1558386
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numbernine - 23/10/2017 03:43

You can make jam from any fruit or veg, all it is, is reduction and probably an equal weight in sugar. Onions are sweet after heat added so can make onion jam too.


Is rhubarb a fruit?
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25 October 2017 10:33 Post ID: #1558561 - in reply to #1558341
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Almonds are not actually nuts.
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25 October 2017 13:59 Post ID: #1558575 - in reply to #1558560
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King of The Jungle - 25/10/2017 10:32

numbernine - 23/10/2017 03:43

You can make jam from any fruit or veg, all it is, is reduction and probably an equal weight in sugar. Onions are sweet after heat added so can make onion jam too.


Is rhubarb a fruit?

No mate it' a vegatable.
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