Blue Ribbon Preserves: Quince Crab Apple Jelly ~ Wins 1st Place TWICE!

Gourmet Preserves Artisan-Crafted in Small Batches

With SO much interest in my old-fashioned, no pectin added, gourmet preserves, we’ve started ‘putting-up’ jars to sell on a first-come first-served basis.

quince apple jelly glowing in sunlit jars*2014 Marin & Sonoma County Fair Blue Ribbons (1st Place)*
~ An old-fashioned farmstead staple that brings back memories to an older generation who remember this flavor with fondness. The perfect unusual gift for the gourmand in your life.

Quince crab apple jelly, like quince paste would make an excellent complement to a holiday cheese platter or as a cream cheese topping on crackers. This flavorful jelly, warmed and thinned with a touch of apple cider, would be nice drizzled over simple cakes or ice cream. For those of you who eat meat, it might also be very interesting with certain meats…pork or fowl?

Quince Apple Jelly (November 2013)
8oz Jars~$12 ea, (OS) 4oz Jars~$7ea, (OS) 2oz Gift Basket sampler Jars~$5ea

Price: $12.00

INGREDIENTS: Organic Quince, No-spray Pink Crabapples, Organic Cane Sugar, Filered Water, Meyer Lemon Juice (for pectin) & Love.
(OS=Out-of-Stock)

HANDLING+SHIPPING:
For MULTIPLE jar orders, select applicable Priority Mail shipping rate (see list below) in the cart for the 1st jar. Select FREE shipping for additional jars or the shipping fee will be overcharged.

Priority Mail, MEDIUM Flat Rate box ~ $17.35
Includes handling, insurance and delivery confirmation (Up to 3-8oz jars OR up to 6-4oz jars OR an assortment with a few 2oz Gift Basket sampler jars.)

Priority Mail, LARGE Flat Rate box ~ $23.75
Includes handling, insurance and delivery confirmation (Up to 6-8oz jars OR 9-4oz jars OR a combination of 4oz+ 8oz jars…email us with the preserves you’re considering, so we can see what fits.)

FREE for Local Orders
Pick-Up at our Prescott, AZ address. Email for directions and to coordinate a time.

We’re happy to do international shipments, too. Will research those costs if you express interest via an email or leave an inquiry in the comments.

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Cynthe June 11, 2014 at 10:31 am

Trudy, my mother-in-law, selected a jar of our Quince Crabapple Jelly yesterday as a reminder of her childhood in Germany, where quince are used quite commonly. She said Quince Jelly can’t be found in American grocery stores. How true.

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