After getting home from out 4 hours hike and exploration. Everyone passed out, but I was determined to can these strawberry guavas. YEAH!! So my fabulous neighbor showed me the ways (yes my momma taught me years ago, but I was just a wee teenager and do not remember any REAL information). So my kind neighbor took 2 hours of her day and spent it at our house, showing me what to do. And she brought over her canning tools so I could borrow them.
Doesn’t it look lovely on my shelf?!
I am addicted, what else can I can?
the only place it would look more fabulous would be my shelf! either save some for me, or make more before we come home please – it looks and sounds delicious! Your fam is so lucky!
that’s sounds so delicious! Oh the jealousy
yum, i can only imagine- i wanted strawberry freezer jam the other day, you’re tempting me even more!
Good for you! Wendy M taught me how to can Salsa-SOOO YUMMY!
Oh my goodness – I’m craving that so much now! That’s one type of fruit I’ll never be able to can around here.
I’ll trade you a few peach jams for one of your guavas!
it’s a deal…..peach jam sounds so good!!
Takes me back to California and the guava tree across the street. Loved them. You are so very industrious, jam making, bread making.Looks yummy and i must say I am proud of your industry. Those are sweet GREATS! GG