Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Harvest


H is for HARVEST as in muscadines!

Muscadines are ripening every day, and most are free for the finding.
 The vines are prolific, and this summer's rains brought an abundance. 

We boiled the juice out of these tasty fruits and got several jars of jelly.
 There were more, but we have shared!

Linking to ABC Wednesday where the letter is H and City Daily Photo Blogs

9 comments:

Barbara Farr said...

I tried making blackberry jam once and ended up with syrup. Tasty experiment though.

Alica said...

I've never heard of them...they look kind of like blueberries, from your picture. What do they taste like?

RamblingRound said...

Alicia, muscadines are the size of and taste like grapes.

Jesh St Germain said...

I respect anyone who has a garden and
is able to preserve their harvest! I also never tasted muscadines:)

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Leslie: said...

I thought they were cranberries. You've been busy!

Leslie
abcw team

Kate said...

They look delicious, bubbly and canned!

RamblingRound said...

Barbara, we've made syrup instead of jelly before too! But SureJell sure helps!