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Tuesday, August 24, 2010


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Yum! That sounds like a great idea for tomatoes. How many for this recipe? I don't see them listed.

Wow, I can't believe I omitted the most important ingredient! So sorry, see updated recipe above...

Mmmmmmmm! reminds me of a green tomato version that is really popular in louisiana.... 'cept they use honey and olive oil (sounds weird but it works)

Does this jam work as a topping for toast or muffins? Or, would it work better as a spread for crackers with cheese, or with some type of meat like pairing Lamb with mint jelly?

That olive oil and honey version sounds great! There is quite a bit of sugar in this recipe, so I'd definitely be open to experimenting with other types of sweeteners like honey or agave.

Mom, you could really eat this however you want! It's both spicy AND sweet, so I've been eating it on toast every morning, but it would also go great with savory dishes.

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