They say you should make lemonade.
What then do you make when life gives you plums?
A friends mum has a bumper crop this year and she gifted me a big box full of plums. they are very sweet and tasty, but way too many for us to eat before they become over ripe.
I think I'll be making plum jam. I just might be married to bloke who likes a bit of jam on his toast.
But that is a job for later, or maybe tomorrow.
In stitching news, I haven't done a great amount. What time I did have for stitching has been spent on Grogu.
He is almost done. It's a damp and miserable day here today, so I may just get him finished today.
I plan on leaving him in that wee hoop. I'll finish the back with a piece of felt.
How is your weekend going?
Yum. Plum jam sound lovely. Grogu is looking very cute.
Plum crumble or pie would be nice too.
Good luck with both the stitching and the jam making! Yum!
My grandmother used to make plum jam....it's delicious. Grogu is a cute little feller!
Those plums do look delicious! Your stitching looks great and the hoop frame will be perfect for it. xx
Years ago, someone told me about slicing up plums and laying them on a cookie sheet (on top of parchment paper) and then freezing them (after freezing, put them in baggies and back into the freezer) and using them in baking muffins or coffee cakes.
Yum, we like to make plum jam. I’m sure Tony would enjoy it. Your cross stitch is really cute. The dark background really sets it off nicely.
Home made plum jam, yummy! I can just imagine some on a slice if breakfast toast.
They certainly look delicious plums! I really love little Grogu! Hugs Christine xx
Gotta love a good home made plum jam.... Grogu is coming along well...
Oh yes - plum jam is always delicious and keeps well.
Plum jam sounds delicious, I used to make Plum sauce it's yummy too.
Grogu is awesome! Plum jam sounds yummy. Do you stew plums and have them with yogurt?
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