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28 May 2019

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Thank you for sharing these lovely recipes! I made some preserves over the weekend while others were doing a remodel of the master bath. I was aching to make a good cherry jam, I am so glad I waited to find this! Thank you again!

I also saved all your other recipes - I cannot wait to try the pea soup!

I would fall over if the produce in our LA supermarkets looked like that. Those heirloom tomatoes look awesome!

An absolute delight and I love all your recipes and photographs and slices of your life.
Love and hugs
Jeanne

I have not yet tasted orange and lavender jam, but I do make grape and lavender jelly, both of which I grow in my garden.

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