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Sweet New Year: Jam Jar Applesauce

Jam Jar Applesauce

Jam Jar Applesauce

My mother, Lillian Edwards made great applesauce. She usually waited until a jar of jam was down to its last few tablespoons, then she would fill it with water and shake. She poured the jammy water into a big pot and set it on a medium burner. She added the apples, cored, peeled, and quartered -- as many as she had. She might throw in a handful of raisins or dates if she wanted to use them up. Occasionally, if the spirit moved her, she tossed a couple of shakes of cinnamon over the pot. 

Best wishes for a happy, healthy New Year. For those observing Yom Kippur, may you have an easy fast. And to one and all, may you be inscribed in the Book of Life.


Washi Love Friday

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On Fridays beginning in September, I'll be posting Fridays with Walt. Who's Walt? Stayed tuned to this station to find out.

This Friday is visual tribute to Washi tape and the great joy it can bring you any day of the week.



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