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FLOWER PETAL JELLIES

By Judy Larkin | May 18, 2020 |
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LILAC JELLY 4 cups lilac flowers – no stems or leaves 3 ½ cups boiling water ½ teaspoon unsalted butter 6 heaped tablespoons fruit pectin powder 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 4 cups white cane sugar (measure and keep warm in 300° oven.) Rinse petals to remove any dirt or insects. Pour boiling water over…

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FLOWER PETAL JELLIES

By Judy Larkin | May 17, 2020 |
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When there is time, making jams and jellies is one of my favorite past times. There is always such a feeling of accomplishment to seeing the jars displayed on the pantry shelf.  I also enjoy sharing them with friends and neighbors.  It evokes fond memories of making jams with my mother-in-law, Helen, who shared her…

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On The Search For Creative Knitters

By William Larkin | May 6, 2020 |
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Entries being accepted for 2020 Tea Cozy Competition MARTINSBURG, W.Va. —  As the world stays at home, a West Virginia tea company is encouraging people to show off their creativity for a chance to win prizes. The Larkin Tea Company in Martinsburg, West Virginia, is on the hunt for knitters to put their skills to…

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Egga-lious

By Judy Larkin | April 12, 2020 |
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It’s lots of fun to dye hard-boiled eggs at Easter time.  However, once Easter is over, what are you going to do with those leftover eggs?  As eggs are currently in short supply, you certainly don’t want to waste them. If you dyed them with food coloring or natural dyes (remember our blog on dying…

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