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Jam: Brandied Pear


8 oz jar

Ripe pears simmered with brandy and pie spices, grab a jar to warm up with. This brandied pear jam is a great accompaniment on toast with a cup of tea, or added to cheese plate. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: These state-grown pears traveled less than 40 miles from farm to kitchen, where they simmered in apple brandy and a blend of warm spices. Packed at the peak of freshness, this spread will warm your belly and your heart. Ahhhh….love is in the pear!

Ingredients: Coming soon! 

Storage: Refrigerate after opening. Once open, this low sugar jam is best consumed within one month. Unopened this jam will last a year.

Small Batch Kitchen

Small Batch Kitchen, LLC was founded by Sheila Rhodes in 2014. After her and her husband Jason moved to Harleysville in 2009, they jumped into turning their semi-suburban acre into a self-sufficient homestead. After planting a large vegetable garden, she wanted to see if she could \\\"put up\\\" enough food to last the winter. Shelia canned salsa, tomatoes, pickles, and jams and was happy with the way the majority of the recipes turned out. She was disappointed in the flavor of the jams. They seemed overly sweet - with sugar masking the flavor of the fresh, sweet produce that she used during the height of the summer. After spending a lot of time trying to find recipes that kept peaches tasting nice and peachy, she started developing her own recipes. Playing with flavors in her low-sugar fruit spreads the way she did in the kitchen every night, she started creating recipes that mixed fruits and herbs, and still tasted fresh months later. Once their pantry filled up, she started giving spreads to friends and family, who encouraged her to start selling her products at local farmer\\\'s markets. Not even three years later and Small Batch Kitchen has added more markets to their lineup and are selling at gourmet food stores in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. As they grow, they still maintain their commitment to creating flavorful preserves, sourcing local produce, creating low-sugar recipes, never adding artificial ingredients, and producing everything by hand.

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