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June 16, 2008

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Steffen

yes, this book is a favorite. . . sounds like you were a bit of a 'whirl' (girl) today

Sara

Wow! What a day. I just love it when one like this comes together. You are most certainly entitled to plunder.

di

Indeed you are. Isn't it a wonderful feeling when everything happens so wonderfully? (the bathroom stuff aside. My sympathies with you there, from the bottom of my still vanity-less heart). The jam sounds divine!

Theresa/tdoeswool

my day is just begining...I hope it can be as productive as yours...as for the jam...could you spare a jar? that sounds simple wonderful!

jen

Nigella move over, we have a new domestic goddess who can do much more than just cook.

kitty kitty

What a day.... I absolutely love the kitty photo.

Ali

That book has single handedly converted me to jam-making. I did mandarin last Christmas and strawberry just this month. Yuuuuum. Just waiting for the raspberry season to begin now. And collecting pretty jars of course.

Tracy

Beef and Guinness stew. That sounds awesome.

Go you and your domestic goddessness. You rock.

I thought of you last week as I went into a knitting store to buy yarn for a gift, and I stared longingly at some gray and muted purple wool yarns.

tien

love your cat. Those Abessians, they always are nearby when food is involved. Mine are sitting next to the stove, and in my neck on the shoulder of the chair i'm sit in while cooking.

cari

Oh, that marmalade sounds fantastic. I'm SO looking forward to making jams and preserves this year. Fingers crossed my strawberry harvest works out!

danica

that is a breathtaking day...

sue

Isnt it great to have days where you feel as though you have acheived so much. I love the Apples for Jam book, such lovely recipes and pictures too.

patricia

What a great day! Those aren't as common around here right now but I do remember how good it feels. Goddess indeed!
Jam? I admire that. Never tried it. Maybe I should.

kirsten

i don't even like marmalade but this sounds sensational - esp. the part about the sourdough.

blogless michelle

aloha! the beef and guinness stew sounds like the next best thing to drinking the drink right now (which i'm not doing due to pregnancy). any chance you can refer us to a link to that recipe? i'm only halfway through my pregnancy and really craving those yummy flavors right now!
mahalo,
michelle

tracy

i'm exhausted just READING this!

...to have a tree like that would be lovely.

michelle

Oh!
I have fallen off my chair.
You rock.:)

stinkerbell

you are a domestic goddess... and now I want jam :)

tyler

i am in awe once again. domestic goddess indeed. i love those insanely productive days. i seem to thrive on them, the rush is dizzying! well done you. the jam sounds divine. i'm attempting to grow a very sad tomato plant...nothing yet.

Carson

Oh yum! I remember that marmalade! is that really already a year ago? How frightening...and I just knew there had to be some vanilla pod lurking in there :) (the marmalade that is)

michele

so many delicious words here. my favorite is plunder.

charlotte

ooh i loved reading this post! i have just entered the realm of Apples for Jam readers. I am very excited about the chocolate strawberry meringue and the wholemeal apricot pie.

Our mandarin marmalade should be here soon – I packed six one litre jars of it in the shipping.

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