Fill your kitchen with fresh flavors

Use your garden's produce to create delicious coleslaw, corn relish, jellies and jams


  • Coleslaw
    Coleslaw is a cool and delicious side dish.
    iStockphoto.com/Jack Puccio

  • Coleslaw

Classic Coleslaw
Corn Relish
Corn Salad
Jelly from Jell-O
Zucchini-Apricot Jam
Mock Strawberry or Raspberry Jam
Jujube Cake
Candied Jujubes
Jujube Syrup
Pearl’s Any Kind Fruit Pie 

Spring brings with it the anticipation of fresh vegetables and fresh fruits, either from your own garden or from the weekly farmers’ market down the road.

A cool helping of coleslaw complements barbecued hamburgers and franks, and corn relish adds to a backyard feast or a festive picnic. Gelatins add flavor to different types of jellies and jams, so take your pick. There’s even a recipe to help you put a dent in that mountain of zucchini that has you leaving baskets of the vegetable on people’s porches. And if you have jujube trees, the fruit makes a wonderful snack and adds to special treats straight from your kitchen.

Enjoy the warm weather, and may the best of nature’s flavors find their way to your table.



Harold Sanders, of Edwards, Missouri, requests recipes for coleslaw.

Stephen Fiske Sr., of Shinglehouse, Pennsylvania, sends this rendition of an old favorite.



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