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Slow Cooker Ribs

This dish can also be made on a stove top or even in the oven using a Dutch oven. It pairs well with any beer, wine or coffee jelly.2 pounds beef or pork short ribs1 small onion, diced1 large carrot, diced2 stalks celery, chopped1 small pepper, chopped4 cloves garlic, crushed3 Tablespoons jelly1 teaspoon salt1 Tablespoon [...]

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Wine Jelly Glazed Carrots

1 pound carrots, cleaned (use whole small carrots or chop larger carrots into bite-sized pieces)¼ cup wine jelly1 Tablespoon butterBring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat. While waiting for the water to boil, prepare a sauté pan on the stove.Combine jelly and butter in the sauté pan over low heat. [...]

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Apple Pecan Rosemary Baklava

This is apple baklava steeped with sweet rosemary essence. It bridges the gap between sweet and savory, dinner and dessert. Treat yourself to a slice on its own, topped with goat cheese, or paired with a salad for a light meal. Serve as a side dish to roast chicken or dish it up warm with [...]

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Jammy Margarita

We love shaking jams into cocktails. Perhaps our favorite is a margarita made with Strawberry Chipotle Jam. It's fruity, tart, and finishes with a mild smoky spice. If strawberry isn’t your jam, try this technique with Raspberry Smoked Maple, Cucumber Jalapeno, or Pineapple Habanero for an extra kick. I make most of my cocktails in [...]

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Buttermilk Panna Cotta in a Jam Jar

Panna cotta is a cream-based dessert similar to a custard or pudding, but it uses gelatin instead of eggs or starch, giving it a fresher taste. It’s great for gluten-free folks and doesn’t require turning on your oven. Buttermilk lightens it and lends a tang that pairs beautifully with whatever jam and fruit you have [...]

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Jam & Bacon-Stuffed Cheesy Biscuits

These are cheesy drop biscuits-- no fussy rolling and cutting. Any flavor of jelly or jam works well with these, but we're partial to pepper jelly or Raspberry Smoked Maple. Makes about 6 large biscuits.2 cups flour2 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon salt6 Tablespoons cold butter (cut into cubes)1/2 cup grated cheese (cheddar [...]

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Cups

Our take on the classic peanut butter cup. Customize your cravings with any nut butter and Potlicker combo. For something special, we love the chocolate peanut butter from our friends at Cape May Peanut Butter Company paired with Porter jelly. Yields 12. ½ cup peanut butter¼ cup coconut oil¼ cup jelly or jam1T ground flax [...]

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Jam Popsicles

To make jam pops, you need 2 things: a popsicle base and a jam. From there, the sky's the limit. The base: I chose coconut milk for the base here, but you could use yogurt, milk, pudding, or fruit juice. If using a thicker base like greek yogurt, you might want to thin it out a [...]

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Beer Jelly Sausage Bites

Cocktail wieners in the slow cooker were at every party I attended as a child of the 80’s. Back then, the standard recipe was a combination of grape jelly, chili sauce, and Lit’l Smokies. We’ve modernized the flavors and they are better than you remember, and still just as crowd-pleasing. We used beer jelly, coarse [...]

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Skillet Caramelized Onion Dip

This thick and cheesy, savory-sweet dip is made with a heaping scoop of Potlicker beer or wine jelly. Our favorite flavors here are Oatmeal Stout or Rosemary Garlic Chablis.1 Tablespoon butter or oil3 medium onions, diced1-2 cloves garlic, crushed¼ cup beer or wine jellypinch cayenne pepper (optional)salt and pepper to taste4oz cream cheese4oz shredded cheddar, [...]

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