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12 August 2008


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It looks great! Congratulations!


Yum, yum, yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe!


Wow, I haven't checked your blog for a few days-you have been busy-shopping, photographing and canning! All looks great!

Hooked on Houses

Maya, this looks like an awful lot of work, but I enjoyed watching YOU do it. -J :-)


Yes, you must have a lot of patience. That looks amazing. V didn't try to help? lol


Oh, that looks good! I'm going to make this with my children soon. Thanks so much!

Candace Prosser

Your grandmother probably used red plums. They are much more tart and almost make you pucker when you first bite into the skin. My grandfather used to have an orchard with reds, black, peaches and nectarines in Tx. Wewould make sorbet out of them.


My mom used to make Saft for my swedish dad out of blackberries. It was sooo delicious! You should give blackberries a try next time!

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