Nectarines

Ivy on Ιουλίου 8th, 2014

I have already posted the recipe for making Apricot Jam but this one deserves a separate post just to show you how quickly you can turn some ripe fruit into jam in no time.  It took 15 minutes from start to finish. I bought these fruit six days ago and after eating as many as […]

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Continue reading about Easy Apricot and other Stone Fruit Jam in 15 minutes

I think that by now, you all know about my love to make preserves.  Yesterday when I went to the farmers” market, peaches and nectarines were very cheap.  Although I only bought a kilo of each to eat them, I could not resist making them into jam. Summer is the time for stone fruits and […]

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Continue reading about Jammin again… Marmelada Rodakino & Nektarinia (Spicy Peach and Nectarine Jam)

Ivy on Σεπτεμβρίου 20th, 2010

Update:  Voting for Project Food Blog has started.  If you like you can vote for me directly  from the widget. Thank you, Ivy I see lots of posts that summer is over and fall recipes are showing all over the blogosphere. Well, not here in Greece!!  It’s still summer, still going to the beach, temperature […]

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Continue reading about Peach & Nectarine crumble and how to peel stone fruit

Ivy on Ιανουαρίου 13th, 2009

Why would I by posting a Nectarine Cake in the middle of winter? Nectarine is a medium-sized stone fruit – a variety of peaches or a mutation of the peach bearing fruit –  (Prunus persica) with a smooth red and yellow skin, firm yellowish-pink flesh and a peachy flavour with undertones of almond. Commonly showcased […]

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