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Blueberry Crumble Pie

We love how the cinnamon-scented streusel topping lets the juicy berries peek through.

Author: Melissa Roberts

Pear Jam

If you like the taste of cardamom you will love this jam. I used a combination of Bosc and Asian pears. I peeled the Asians, but not the Bosc. No-sugar dry pectin is used, so there's 50% less sugar in...

Author: Kathy228

Roasted Salted Sunflower Seed

A great Fall favorite. Here's the most tasty and healthy snack you'll find anywhere this season. Great for parties, ball games, outdoor activities, even as lunch box snacks.

Author: Fauve

Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam

The intense raspberry flavor of this jam makes it a longtime favorite. Warming the sugar beforehand keeps the jam boiling evenly and ensures success.

Author: Eleanor Topp

Cranberry Jello Salad

This came from New Hampshire Police Association. I have not tried this, just posting for safe keeping.

Author: internetnut

Nectarine Jam

Not as mild as peaches - just a little more tart. When done, it's a pretty rosey color. No pectin needed, so it's lower in sugar. Natural pectin is in the nectarine peel... so do not peel them. If you...

Author: Kathy228

Sticky Rice with Mango

Sticky Rice with Mango

Puffed Apple Pancake

This breakfast treat rises like Yorkshire pudding and has the texture of a classic baked pancake. Sprinkle powdered sugar over the pancake after it's baked, if you like.

Cassata Cake

Author: Warren Brown

Stuffed Dates

Sweet dates stuffed with the tang of Gorgonzola cheese and a walnut piece for some crunch. Mmm!

Author: Grace Carolyn Bowers-Reimondo

Tuna ( Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit ) Jelly

A gorgeously colored, flavorful jelly. This recipe does not double well. It also calls for liquid pectin, but powdered seems to jell a little better. While this recipe is written in a relatively old-fashioned...

Author: Molly53

Crunchy Coleslaw

Make and share this Crunchy Coleslaw recipe from Food.com.

Author: canarygirl

Curried Chicken Salad

An easy Curried Chicken Salad recipe

Very Basic Fruit Salad

I love how simple and refreshing this is and the ability to adjust the recipe for the types of fruits which are fresh in your local area. Allow at least 4 hours for chilling before serving. From TOH Cookbook....

Author: HokiesMom

Easy Peach Salsa Recipe

Author: Natalie Clark

Raw Pack Peaches in Light Syrup

This is a great recipe if you want your canned peaches to stay firm. This comes as close to store-bought as I've found so far. This recipe is for peach halves but slices turn out just as well.

Author: Chilicat

Apricot Jam

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Author: incdeb

Aguas Frescas (Mexican Fruit Coolers)

Aguas frescas, water-based fruit drinks, are a cool way to make your fresh fruit go further. Try this recipe with watermelon, mango, or whatever you have.

Author: Eddie Hernandez

Persimmon Jam

Make and share this Persimmon Jam recipe from Food.com.

Author: Mercy

My Own Famous Stuffed Grape Leaves

These are grape leaves, stuffed with a tantalizing mixture of rice, fresh dill, mint and lemon. 'Yum' is the only one word to describe these. These can either be a main dish or an appetizer, depending...

Author: Patti Moschonas

Canned Spiced Tomato Jam

My Husband loves this Jam. He puts it on his waffles in the morning. I think its a great fall taste. Try it on your thumb print cookies or any dessert that requires Jam. I found this on the National Center...

Author: swtsecrt

Yellow Pear Tomato Preserves

Make and share this Yellow Pear Tomato Preserves recipe from Food.com.

Author: Mysterygirl

Baked Oatmeal

A baked oatmeal recipe using fruit, rolled oats, nuts, and spices.

Author: Heidi Swanson

Freezing Peaches

Make and share this Freezing Peaches recipe from Food.com.

Author: pammyowl

Cherry Clafouti

Inspired by the simple cherry desserts from the Limousin region of France, this baked custard can be served warm or at room temperature. Feel free to use pitted or unpitted cherries.

Author: Bon App├ętit Test Kitchen

Peach Pineapple Jam

This is SO yummy! The nice touch of the maraschino cherries gives it a nice taste and makes the jam pretty as well. This looks wonderful in gift baskets!

Author: QueenJellyBean

Grand Champion Peach Jam

I make this jam when freestone peaches are available because the entire jam making process is much easier and quicker when the stone slides out of the fruit when you halve the fruit. Heat a large pot of...

Author: mary winecoff

Mango Salad

An easy Mango Salad recipe

Watermelon Fruit Bowl

All of your favorite fruits, lightly sweetened, served in a watermelon 'bowl'.

Author: CINDY N.

Spinach Salad With Caramelized Pecans

Caramelized pecans make this salad especially good. This is a salad they used to serve at the restaurant one of my son's worked at, Rockbottom Brewery. If you want a salad with a bit more punch, try blue...

Author: SharleneW

Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries

Strawberries stuffed with cheesecake mixture.

Author: Karen B.

Strawberry Sauce

Don't let summer go by without making this strawberry sauce. It's a key component in our Strawberry Shortcake Sundaes.

Author: Martha Stewart

Apple Matzoh Kugel

Author: Abigail Kirsch

Waldorf Salad

This is the original Waldorf Salad recipe which I clipped out of the newspaper several years ago. My mother made this salad often--it must have been a favorite of hers also. Newer versions have left out...

Author: Mary Leverington

Cottage Cheese Fruit Salad

This is a light fruit salad that goes well with chicken or pork. The cottage cheese keeps it from being overly sweet. Please note prep time includes chilling time. Kids like this, too!

Author: Terri F.

Peach Butter

This is the recipe that I've been using for years and years. I love peach butter because the flavor is so light and yummy. I buy the seconds at the orchard because I don't care what they look like - they're...

Author: Mysterygirl

To Make an Excellent Cherry Bounce

Author: Stephen A. McLeod

Smoked Almonds

These taste like the real smokehouse almonds you buy in the store for a huge price. I made these last Christmas for a bazaar and just found the recipe again. They are good even in the middle of summer....

Author: Sandy Kay

Lemon Tart

There are different ways to make a lemon tart. At Bouchon, the French Laundry, and Per Se, we use a sabayon method, in which the eggs are first cooked with the lemon juice and sugar over hot water, then...