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Blackberry Jelly | Jelly Recipe from the Best Cook

Blackberry Jelly | Jelly Recipe from the Best Cook
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Click here for Ruth Feeney’s pickle recipe, plus a link to more than 70 pickles and preserves recipes from Yankee‘s database.RECIPE

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3 Responses to Blackberry Jelly | Jelly Recipe from the Best Cook

  1. Kelly Paquet May 28, 2009 at 4:32 pm #

    My family used to own a beautiful camp up there in Bryant Pond, “Abbott’s Anchorage”. Many, many happy memories there! I bet some of us would remember Ruth Feeney! Thanks for the great advice and recipes for making jelly and pickles, Ruth!

  2. Elaine Clark June 17, 2009 at 5:12 pm #

    What do you do to the berries before you drain them through the cloth?

  3. Elaine Clark June 17, 2009 at 5:18 pm #

    Excuse me! Just call that comment above a dumb blonde joke! I just didn’t read it well enough to get to the recipe!! Sorry!

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