belle lumière et transparence avec cette photo
Wonderful jam jars.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Makes you wonder why people buy that mass produced sugar goo.
From The Beatles' Christmas Time is Here Again:"In the recent heavy fighting near Blackpool, Mrs. G. Evans of Solihull was gradually injured. She wants for all the people in hospital 'Plenty Of Jam Jars' by the Ravellers. And here it is."Plenty of jam jars, babyPlenty of jam jars for you (For you, baby)Plenty of jam jars, babyPlenty of jam jars for youPlenty of jam jars, baby (Baby, baby)Plenty of jam jars for you
What kind of jelly could it be? Sounds quite pure!
Love this shot...you're just getting too good for your britches, Ms V!!!
Mr. E,WEll that's a new one, baby! :)Chieftess,How did you know I"m too big for my britches! HAI think the jelly on the right is peach. Sorry I was too busy trying to get that morning sun coming through the jelly to ask!! To be honest, I thought it was honey at first.
You sure that's not made from Bourbon? Imagine the convenience.
Oh Bob, that's genius I tell ya. Un croissant avec gelée Jack Daniels , s'il vous plait. I think that could catch on!V
No, no, no...too GOOD for your britches...we're all quite sure you're a petite Southern Belle...
Petite? Non. That said, I can hardly wait to meet you and hug your neck next week!!!V
Sweet and lovely, almost looks like honey.
Now if I just had a picture of a hot buttered English muffin.
I've just finished my "Homemade by MN" stickers,ready to glue on those jars!!!
I just made some lemon marmelade with the citrons I brought back from Menton last weekend. Divine!
Virginia, what kind of jelly is it on the right hand side? It seems to have a different colour ?
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