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Zan     Dec 24th, 2008

Wishing you and yours blessings in abundance over this season and the year to come...
Zan     Jul 5th, 2008
Jelly daaahhhhhling! Nice to see you - having a good summer? I've been on holiday in Victoria - had a blast, still in slo-mo mode tho loll.
dancing-loon     Jun 8th, 2008
So,.. where are you hanging out these days? I haven't seen you for a while
dancing-loon     May 15th, 2008
Thanks for stopping by Glad you "enjoyed" the thymed jelly!

So, are you busy making a movie or writing a book?? Let us know, or even better, show us when you are done, please. You live an interesting life!!

Take care!
dancing-loon     May 6th, 2008
Hi, Jelly;
that was nice of you to drop by my place just to say "howdee"!

To bad you are out.... so, I'll leave my little home-made gift on your window sill.
In case you want to try making it yourself, here is the recipe:
Thyme Jelly Ingredients

1 1/2 c White grape juice 3 tb Fresh thyme leaves; crushed 1/2 c Water 3 1/2 c Sugar 1 pk Liquid pectin (3-oz)
Instructions for Thyme Jelly

Preparation Time: 0:15 Combine grape juice, water, sugar, and crushed thyme leaves in a large Dutch oven. Bring to a rolling boil, stirring constantly; cook 1 minute. Add pectin, and bring to a full rolling boil. Boil 1 minute, stirring frequently. Remove from heat, and skim off foam with a metal spoon. Quickly pour hot jelly through a sieve into hot jars, leaving 1/4-inch headspace; wipe jar rims. Cover at once with metal lids, and screw on bands. Process in boiling-water bath 5 minutes. Yield: 4 half pints.
Zan     Apr 30th, 2008
I 'm dead beat hon - worked 4 hours ot tonight...I'll check in with ya tomorrow to see how ya made out. hugz to ya girlie.
Zan     Apr 30th, 2008
oh Jelly - you poor muffin. Not having good luck at all with the pc's eh? Can't send in my knight in shining armour right now... let me know how you make out - maybe tomorrow he can offer some tips if you still haven't resolved it.
jellyfarm     Mar 28th, 2008
Wow! That's cool dancing loon! I love the countryside and am always hoping one day, I'll be able to own a small farm myself with a few animals but I won't slaughter them.I'll keep them as pets (I'm a vegetarian see?) And I love the picture of the lady milking the cow!
Which part of Canada are you from dancing loon and everyone else?
dancing-loon     Mar 28th, 2008
Nice to meet you, Jelly from the farm! I was a farm girl, too, for most of my life. I learned to milk at age 14. How about you?? Nice Holstein, this one here!

this Lady is sitting on the wrong side, though.
jellyfarm     Mar 28th, 2008
Hey thanks Sal and Zan! I love this feature! It's like having Facebook within a forum!!!

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