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CAA Featured Photo: Old-Fashioned Corn Cob Jelly by Sugarcrafter

Old-Fashioned Corncob Jelly

Our featured photo this week comes from Sugarcrafter, who blogs about canning and cooking projects. In her words:
“I just started my own business this year selling my jams & jellies at a couple local farmers markets. I had a fellow vendor ask me if I’ve ever tried corncob jelly, and since I had never heard of it, I just had to give it a try – I thought it was a great way to use something that would otherwise just go to waste; perfectly in the spirit of food preservation. I made mine with sweet corncobs, and it tastes a little bit like honey!”

Thank you for sharing your images and your stories with us, Sugarcrafter!

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3 Comments

  1. Kadee says:

    I’ve never heard of corn cob jelly but I’m interested, what do you use it on?

  2. Jeanne says:

    Kadee: I’m not sure! The photos in this column are from the folks on our Flickr page! –Jeanne

  3. Rachel says:

    Hi, Kadee! It’s a sweet jam but delicate. It’s something you might use instead of honey on biscuits or breads. Thank you for asking!