Sunday, July 10, 2011
Wild Rose Jelly - YUMMY
Had the most incredible breakfast this morning thanks to a dear long distance farm girl friend named Jenny. She had a give away not too long ago on her blog and the prize was a jar of her fantastic Rose Jelly!!
Now I never seem to win things but I kept my fingers, toes and eyes crossed because I REALLY wanted to taste Jenny's amazing jelly.
To my surprise I WON!!! Can't believe it but when it came in the mail I ran not walked to the kitchen and got out a piece of sourdough bread and toasted it. I could hardly wait for the bread to pop up but once it did I eagerly placed the pretty pink jelly all over it. I did the Happy Dance in the kitchen - it was beyond words...
So this morning I made my special angel biscuits and again could hardly wait for them to come out of the oven so I could spread on some more of that mouth watering delight. I can not tell you how hard it was to have to take these pictures because I just wanted to bite into the biscuits so badly.
Normally Iwould share any food I have in the house with those who stop by but in this case there is no way I am sharing.. Here is what I recommend for you all who did not have the luck to win a jar.
Go to www.AuntJenny.etsy.com and there you will find some of Jenny's amazing jelly's. She has created some of the best and most interesting jellies along with handmade laundry soap and hand needlework around. Do not wait too long to purchase something wonderful from this lady because trust me her goodies are heavenly and wont last long. She is also a wonderful knitter, gardener and just the sweetest lady you would ever want to know. Like many the money she makes from her Etsy shop goes to support her children both two and four legged - so stop on over and give her shop a look - I know you will love what you see and what you eat....
Many thanks Jenny for your incredible jelly and for your long distant farm girl friendship.