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Jeena

Now this is a tomato dish I could eat!

Sarah

Wow, that's unique and exotic jam recipe, a bit like chutney and probably delicious on crusty bread, yum

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Congrats on the Food52 wins... The jam sounds wonderful!

Jessie

oh man, this jam would be a great marinade for slow cooking beef. I love how different this jam is, I honestly have never heard of tomato being turned into a jam until now.

megs

Question - in the "Add all these ingredients to a pot..." photo it looks like there's also green grapes?

Ulla

congrats that is lovely news! hope it gives you a lot of exposure! your recipes and kitchen outlook are so great!

Jennifer

Megs - I used a variety of tomatoes. The green ones you see are husk tomatoes, also called ground cherry ones. Here's a post I wrote about them. I say buy what you like at the market, and just keep in mind that mixing the varieties each time will subtly change the flavor.
http://mamachronicles.typepad.com/in_jennies_kitchen/2009/08/market-treasures-ground-cherry-tomatoes.html

Cheri

Congratulations! This jam looks amazing. See your going to BlogHer Food. Look forward to meeting you!

invierta proyectos

mmmm yummy

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