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Bread, Butter and Jam Breakfast

There’s something about waiting to open homemade jams and jellies until it’s starkest winter. Last weekend, with friends visiting, I opened a jar of peach jam I made in summer. The scent of peaches released from the jar.

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Breakfast was simple. Assorted bread from Fairfield Bread Co., Raisin Rye, Pretzel Rolls, Bridgeport Sour, Flaxette, warmed in the oven. Butter, jams and jelly. A frittata made with potatoes but no cheese since one of our guests is allergic to dairy. And homemade tomatillo salsa. (Leftover from last night’s dinner of tacos.)

When I opened a jar of wine berry jelly, it turned out to be syrup. No worries, we mopped it up from our plates with warm bread.  Next time I’ll serve it with pancakes.

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Wineberries grow like weeds where I live in Connecticut. I make jelly with them.

The peach jam was the biggest hit. Our 18 year old friend loved the big pieces of peach, and ate it with a fork.

Good homemade food and artisan bread makes the simplest meal a feast.

 

 

 

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