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Pioneer Valley Fancy Pomegranate Jelly

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Pioneer Valley Fancy Pomegranate Jelly

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Product description

Pomegranates have such a sweet, distinctive flavor, and this jelly captures that magic. This jelly is made with pure pomegranate juice. There are no corn syrup or other juice fillers. It's not a tart flavor, but sweet and distinctive. You will fall in love with this bright red, clear pomegranate jelly! What makes Pioneer Valley jam so good? As with many foods, the ingredients make all the difference. First, its the fruitfirst quality fruit picked and quickly frozen until its ready to go into your jam. Much of the fruit comes from Pioneer Valleys own orchards so you know that the fruit is picked at perfect ripeness and processed without shipping it half way across the country. You cant have great jam without great fruit. Plus, this jam isnt diluted with a bunch of water. Some grocery store jams and jellies may be made of as much as 40% waterand theyre not even required to put that on the label! It's also the careful, handcrafted care that a small, family-owned company puts into its jam. They know how to make great jam and they dont cut any corners. How can you tell if youre getting a good jam? Look at the label. Is it made with cane sugar or corn syrup? Corn syrup is cheaper and easier to work with but it masks the flavors of the fruit. If its made with corn syrup, what other corners are they cutting? All Pioneer Valley jams are made with authentic, pure cane sugar. You'll find Pioneer Valley jam thick, rich, and flavorful and the perfect addition to your breads and muffins. Try your favorite varieties. Each attractive hex glass jar contains eight ounces of premium jam. Ingredients: Pure pomegranate juice, sugar, all natural fruit pectin, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), and citric acid. Try this bright, clear jelly made with pure pomegranate juice.

Pioneer Valley Fancy Pomegranate Jelly

September 19, 2021

Mini Fruit Tarts

 

After making six, yes six!, cream tarts in the span of three weeks I was pretty much over them.  At least for the time being.  Turns out making so many tarts meant I found myself with leftover pâte sucrée, pastry cream and fruit.   What to do? Make Mini Fruit Tarts!

 
One of the (many) lessons I have learned during this pandemic is to be more efficient with food, e.g., using up leftovers.  Pre-pandemic I was one of the last people to eat leftovers, mainly because I didn't like having the same thing over and over.  Nowadays I try to be creative and make something "new" out of them.
 

The mini fruit tarts offer just the right amount to satisfy your sweet tooth craving.  You'll need tart tins to make them, but in a pinch you could also use a standard muffin tin.  Just make sure to spray it with nonstick spray beforehand!

September 7, 2021

65mm Oil Filter Cap Wrench, Oil Filter Wrench Socket Cap Removal

 

Often times people will ask me where I get baking inspiration from and my usual answer, "anywhere and everywhere," probably sounds a bit disappointing, but it's true!  I can't pinpoint anything in particular that inspires me.  Sometimes it's tasting an amazing pastry and wanting to replicate it at home or a friend texting me to to say they've seen a particular dessert and asking if I could make it.  
 
 

In the case of the Cream Tart, it was seeing an Instagram post that was the inspiration.  If you're on social media I'm sure you've seen these cakes before, normally shaped into numbers or letters.   Apparently cream tarts have been popular since 2018, but to be honest I never really paid much attention to them.  After seeing that Instagram post I did some research and discovered that cream cakes weren't so difficult to make. 
 
 
When deconstructed, the tart was comprised of shortbread and some type of filling, then decorated with fresh fruit, meringues, macarons, flowers* and anything else your heart desired.   Once all the components were compiled the actual cake assembly was quite simple.  But you would never think that when you look at the finished cake...so visually stunning and very Instagram worthy!  [*Make sure the flowers you use are safe to put on food! For the "S" cake I mistakenly put a few sprigs on baby's breath but DO NOT DO THIS!  Baby's breath are toxic when consumed. They were immediately removed after taking the photo.]
 
 
I could easily see these cakes being the star dessert for a birthday, baby shower, bridal shower or any kind of party.  Since so many of my friends have birthdays in September (including my own!) they just might be getting a cream tart to celebrate.  
 

August 25, 2021

Lemon Posset and Lemon Cupcakes

 

For the Lemon Lovers Table that I recently created I included some citrus-infused treats.  At each place setting there was a decorated sugar cookie to welcome my guests.  Other desserts included the cutest  lemon petit-fours from Trader Joe's and homemade Lemon Posset and Lemon Cupcakes.


I had my first taste of lemon posset at ad hoc restaurant and I was immediately hooked on the creamy, tangy dessert.  It was so refreshing, especially after having ad hoc's famous buttermilk fried chicken!  Luckily I found a recipe from Cook's Illustrated that couldn't be simpler to make using only three ingredients: heavy cream, sugar and lemons.


For the lemon cupcakes I used a vanilla cake recipe from Mead Cash Book, 7-15/16 x 5-1/8 inches, 144 pages Hardbound Blac.  It was the winner of a recent taste test from The Kitchen.  While the cupcakes were really tasty, I actually prefer a cake that has a tighter crumb to it.  I frosted the cupcakes with Swiss meringue buttercream that was mixed with pre-made lemon curd. To pipe the buttercream swirls I used a large petal tip (Ateco #126).  I confess it was a decorating technique I pinched from Violet bakery in London. 

August 22, 2021

Sal de Ibiza Coarse Sea Salt

 

I couldn't wait to put together this Lemon Lovers Table and I absolutely adore how it turned out.  It all began with the most fabulous citrus-themed linens (tablecloth, placemats and napkins) from Mrs. Alice, the tablescape brand.  If you've never heard of Mrs. Alice I urge you to check out their website because they sell so many gorgeous things.   I could easily blow my paycheck on their products!


Lemons always remind me of Capri, the small island off the Amalfi Coast in Italy that I visited a few years ago with friends.  We had the best time there!  Everywhere you turned in Capri there were lemons present, whether it was the actual fruit growing on trees, the scent perfuming the air or as an ingredient in the food.   I long to return there once the pandemic subsides.
 

The linens paired beautifully with Aerin x Williams-Sonoma tableware I already owned.  I found these darling woven straw fruit napkin rings on etsy.  To complete the table I made a few lemon treats such as decorated sugar cookies, cupcakes and lemon posset.  Talk about a citrus explosion, but I love it!
 

Resources
 
Tablecloth, Placemats, Napkins: Mrs. Alice
Plates, Drinking Glass with Raffia collar: Aerin x Williams-Sonoma 
Wine Glass: Amazon
Bamboo Flatware: Pottery Barn