Recipes With Course: Jams & Jellies

Pear Preserves

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This recipe is quick as the pectin provides the jelling action. Pectin is used as a thickener in jellies and jams and is available in liquid and dry forms.

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Pickled Beets

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I can remember Momma taking her pickled beet juice and dying our Easter eggs. I even remember the vinegar smell. I always thought they were the prettiest shade of burgundy. What was in your basket?

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Sugarless Fig/Pear Preserves

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Everyone knows Cajuns love their figs. Diabetes is unfortunately a problem in Cajun Country, therefore regular processed figs should not be eaten by a diabetic. This recipe will allow the Cajun to have his “figs” and eat them too!

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Canning Figs Without Sugar

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With the high rate of diabetes in the Cajun population, this is the perfect recipe to keep enjoying your figs!

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RCR Bundt Fig Cake Cut (17) (Custom)

Fig Cake IV – la gâteau de figue

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Most people have had dried figs (especially in fig newtons!), but fresh figs are a real treat, especially when used in a fig cake – la gâteau de figue!

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Figs Bars

Momma’s Fig Bars

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July and August are prime time for peaches, figs and raspberries. A fresh fig tastes like a mix of a peach and a strawberry! Even though Fig Newton cookies are probably the only figs most people have tried, they simply do not compare to the fresh fig. Treat yourself next ...

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Fig Syrup made from fresh figs

Fig Syrup

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This homemade fig syrup made from fresh figs is so good with pancakes, biscuits and waffles. Ces’t Bon!! Make extra and can for later.

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Freezing Figs

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Figs are plentiful in Louisiana during the end of June and early part of July. When picking figs be sure to cover all exposed skin and wear gloves if possible as the milky juice of a fig can make you real itchy.

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