After some discussion about onion marmalades on the Chickens in the Forum and on Farm Bell Recipes, I had to make some. This recipe comes from the Ball Blue Book. You can find it on Farm Bell Recipes here: Red Onion Marmalade. It’s delicious! And it was a really quick and easy recipe to can up. I can see spooning it over cream cheese to serve with crackers or chips. Or as a condiment for various meats. Or as a sweet-savory spread on breads. YUM. I love it!
I also made this Savory Tomato Pie this weekend. I got the recipe from Georgia’s sister, who served it for lunch one day last week when I drove Georgia to Glenville to visit and see the apron display that includes my Great-Aunt Ruby’s aprons. (See the Great-Aunt Ruby’s Aprons post. More on the display coming up.)
You can get the tomato pie recipe here: Savory Tomato Pie. This is a wonderful summertime recipe for all those fresh garden-grown tomatoes!
See Grandma’s Peach Cobbler today at Farm Bell Recipes.
I make Red Onion Marmalade but it’s a bit different that this recipe. I’m going to try this one as it looks interesting and mine doesn’t use pectin. I always like to try new recipes. I loved your Great -Aunt Ruby’s Apron post and the aprons. I was just thinking the other day, that I needed to make an apron.
On August 1, 2010 at 1:39 am
Ohh that pie looks delicious..Last year we had tons of tomatoes..and this year?? NON.
On August 1, 2010 at 2:21 am
I still find it so strange to hear you talk about Glenville on the blog 🙂 so cool. I feel like you’re talkin’ about my hometown 🙂
On August 1, 2010 at 6:49 am