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That’s My Jam: SUMMER edition is now available!

That’s My Jam: SUMMER edition is now available!

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That's My Jam: SUMMER Edition / Seasonal Jam Recipes & Printable Labels

It’s here! It’s finally here!

I’ve been slaving over a hot canning pot for the past 6 months trying to get this baby finished while summer canning season is still in full swing. And I’m pleased to say it is officially done and available for sale! Whether you are an experienced canner or a novice just wanting to get started, this ebook is for you. There’s no better feeling than a pantry overflowing with delicious homemade jams, jellies, and preserves, except maybe gifting those preserves to friends and loved ones (in which case the printable labels included with each and every recipe should make you very happy). Just be sure you save a jar or two for yourself, too. :)

This ebook is a true product of love… combining my love of canning with my love of design, plus a love for sharing recipes with all you lovely people to boot. When you combine so much love with fresh, ripe, seasonal fruit, good things are bound to happen.

SUMMER is all about blueberries, raspberries, and succulent stone fruit; cherries and tomatoes and bright, tropical flavors; fruit and flowers and maybe a little bit of tequila in there too. This is your chance to preserve the best of what summer has to offer for year-round enjoyment.

That’s My Jam’s summer edition is the first of 4 seasonal editions yet to come. (And remember, if you want to be the first to know when the next edition drops, be sure to SIGN UP HERE for news, updates, and special offers regarding the That’s My Jam series). Stay tuned this September, December, and next March for the Fall, Winter, and Spring releases respectively, which are still in progress but are shaping up to be just as spectacular.

Buy your copy today for only $4.99! Included are 10 new and updated recipes, each with a custom designed printable label, plus extensive information and resources for new and experienced canners alike.

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or

Order the 4-SEASONS bundle and save 15%! Plus, get a special BONUS recipe book with 10 delicious jam-filled recipes to put your homemade preserves to use. Your Summer edition and Bonus ebook will be delivered immediately, and the subsequent Fall, Winter, and Spring editions will be sent to you automatically as soon as they are released.

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BUT WAIT (there’s more!) As a special offer, THIS WEEK ONLY you can save an additional 20% off your order. Simply use code “HAPPYCANNING” upon checkout. This special offer expires June 27th, so don’t delay!

What’s Inside:

  • 10 new and updated recipes for homemade jams and jellies, including Peach Lavender, Raspberry Balsamic, Tequila Watermelon and MORE! Recipes that have appeared on the blog before have been retested, updated, and/or redesigned.
  • Downloadable PDF printable labels for each and every recipe, plus a few surprises. :)
  • Getting started tips, tools, and information for new and experienced canners alike.
  • Resources for supplies, jars, and extended reading.

Here, take a sneak peek for yourself:

That's My Jam eBook Series: Seasonal Jam Recipes & Printable Labels

If you are…

An experienced canner looking for some unique new recipes or some designerly labels to up your packaging game…

A beginning canner looking to play with new flavors and techniques…

A newbie who has been wanting to learn how to can but has been hesitant to try…

…this ebook is for you!

The ebook comes to you as a beautifully designed PDF file for easy reading on your computer, tablet, or mobile device, with convenient clickable links to resources and downloads, text only recipe pages for easy printing, plus an interactive table of contents for quick navigation, and stunning, full-page images of each and every recipe for your drooling viewing pleasure.

To compliment the resources in this ebook I’ve also set up a canning supply shop, with links to all the tools and equipment I use personally in my kitchen, including pots and saucepans ideal for jam making as well as scales and sieves and spatulas and more. It’s the perfect one-stop-shop for everything you need to make all the recipes in the ebook… just add fruit.

Buy the SUMMER edition for only $4.99 » BUY A BUNDLE and SAVE »

(Be sure to click through to enter a fabulous giveaway to celebrate the release of this ebook. You won’t want to miss it!)

Spread the Jam (and the love!)

If you’re as excited about this as I am, please, share it with the world (or, you know, just your social media followers) using the hashtag #thatsmyjamcookbook. And if you make any of the recipes, take a picture and share it on Instagram! Be sure to tag it #loveandoliveoil/#thatsmyjamcookbook and you might find your picture featured in a future newsletter or blog post. Oh, and did you know I finally joined snapchat? Find me @loveandoliveoil and share your canned creations!

Sample tweets:

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Jam.

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Thank you m’am!

(Y’all are the best!)

Wait, did she mention prizes?!? Indeed, because what kind of celebration would this be without prizes?

Enter to win a $250 canning prize pack!

As an extra treat, to celebrate the long-awaited release (well, long-awaited at least on my end) of the first edition, I’ve put together the ultimate canning giveaway to get you started on the right foot! A special thanks to Melissa’s Produce and SKS Bottle for so generously providing me with supplies and produce needed for the extensive testing of these recipes, as well as Ball/Jarden Home Brands and Pomona’s Pectin for donating prizes for this special giveaway!

One lucky reader will win:

Giveaway is now closed.

Thanks to all for entering (your answers have given me a wealth of inspiration!) Happy canning!

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Bonus entries will be verified and any invalid entries will be removed. All social shares must be publicly accessible in order to be valid (no private posts). Winner will be selected via random number generator and will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by respective brands. As always, all opinions written are purely my own.

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130 Comments Leave a Comment »

  1. congrats on the book! it looks great :)

  2. I just bought the bundle…it’s beautiful! And the printable labels you created for each recipe…so cool! Congratulations!!!

  3. SO excited! I’ve been waiting for this to come out!! Just bought your bundle special!!! I am a newbie to canning, and your website has me wanting to try all kinds of yummy things! Thank you so much for sharing your recipes, and labels with all of us!

  4. Congratulations! That’s a great accomplishment. And it looks so good!

  5. Congrats on your e-book! All of your jams sounds fabulous!
    Strawberry is my favorite.

  6. Beautiful books! I can’t wait to dive in and start jamming. My favorite jam would be anything with blackberry. :)

  7. lavender peach :) your book is GORGEOUS!!!!!

  8. I love blueberry jam, just bought your Jam Book. Looking forward to Tequila Watermelon!

  9. I made kumquat, ginger, and almond. It was terrific as jam, compote, cheese pairing (especially strong blues and stinky) and poulty glaze. Next batch with lemon zest with a very different flavor profile.

  10. I made peach-vanilla and blackberry-balsamic jam with a friend years ago – both were so so good! Congratulations on your e-book, it looks amazing!

  11. The most unique jam I’ve made was during a spate of strawberries last summer: strawberry thyme pink peppercorn. A delightfully unique balance of flavors, since we tend toward less-sweet preserves in our house. Brava on your beautiful book — the peach lavender caught my eye, and I imagine it’d be great with apricots, too! Cheers.

  12. This is so exciting, Lindsay! I can’t wait to get my hands on that ebook! I have two favorites: tomato basil jam and blueberry jam with mint. 

  13. This is amazing! Your canning recipes are always so inspiring and, not going to lie, your fun labels are pretty much my favorite part. I made a strawberry balsamic jam last year that is really good. 

  14. i have made persimmon jam. its was amazing.

  15. I LOVE strawberry-rhubarb jam. And strawberry-Champagne jam, too!

  16. My favorite jam is Rhubarb Lime Ginger.Just the right combination of sweet and sour

  17. My favorite is Raspberry vanilla ,it’s to die for

  18. My favorite jam to make every year is rhubarb. Congrats on the book. It looks great!

  19. A chipotle apricot!

  20. I love your blueberry basil preserves recipe so much! I’m getting the whole book, though I’ll have to print anyway it as reading longform online is challenging for my eyes. Let us know if you ever self publish on Amazon or such!

  21. My favorite jams are Meyer lemon & grapefruit.  I’ve made Buddha hand jam, which is very expensive, but not as flavorful as I would have liked. 

  22. I’m a good crafter jam maker and love mixing herbs with fruit, my biggest seller is Blueberry Basil and I just made a ton on blood orange marmalade this season. I’d love to win!!

  23. I love strawberry, but am trying to diversify foods I eat, because my allergies limit me, and eating the same thing over and over is boring after a while.I shared on Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook.

  24. I grew up spoiled on my dad’s strawberry jam, but my favorite treat was when he made a batch of peach!

  25. I am so excited to make jam! I made your triple citrus jam last summer and it nearly caused a riot  – everyone wanted more! The book looks wonderful!

  26. So excited for you and can’t wait to purchase my copy! I think the most unique jam I’ve ever tried is ONE OF YOURS! :) I feel lucky. 

  27. I haven’t canned in at least 10 years or so, and I’m looking forward to getting back into it. I think the most original recipes I’ve made were a strawberry-kiwi jam and a citrus marmalade. Can’t wait to try the recipes in the bundle!

  28. I’ve only made a couple of jams or jellies but the weirdest one I’ve done was an Earl Grey jelly. I love it as a tea. As a jelly…less so.

  29. This is awesome! !!! I love canning and amn dying to learn more recipes.  I will be buying this

  30. on my main twitter name I posted this : https://twitter.com/RanaDurham/status/745738940997570560

  31. heres my other entry on my alternative twitter name: https://twitter.com/RanaJeree/status/745741024576704512?s=07

  32. I tried Blueberry Jalapeno Jam — it was actually pretty good, but weird!

  33. I’ve only recently started to make jams and such, but I’ve loved the jam recipes of your I’ve tried, and I’m excited to see more in these books!

    The jam that most surprised me was kiwi lime jam. I don’t really like kiwis, but I loved that jam!

  34. My favorite jam flavor is blueberry, hands down, based on my family’s, friends reaction and my own personal taste. I’ve made strawberry, spice, blueberry, strawberry-rhubarb and peach. I hope to learn a lot more from this book.

  35. I really, really like the pepper jelly jams. With cream cheese on crackers.

  36. Okay, hopefully this ebook will help me get over my fear of canning! I’m pretty boring and like strawberry jam best. But maybe because I’ve never experimented with cool flavor combinations??? Congrats on the book!!!!

  37. My most requested is Orange Spiced Fig Jam. I may have to rename it to OMG which is what most people say when they taste it. Figs are just now out here in the central valley of California (they are early) and I am out to get me some for jam even though we are heading into triple digit temps again!

  38. I made a spiced plum jam last year that was SO yummy!  I am running behind this year & haven’t made a darned thing, yet, but my canner pot died & I haven’t bought replacement. 

  39. the link to my post on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/pin/35606653283288905/

  40. I helped my mom make peach / raspberry jam and she added some sweet lucy bourbon to the recipe, it was the best jam ever!

  41. One of my most favorite jams is Vanilla Pear made with pears from our Kieffer pear tree. The fruit is firm when ripe and it makes the jam full bodied. Love it on everything from scones to grilled chicken or pork chops.

  42. The most interesting jam I have tried was and vadalia onion jam it was sweet yet savory in a interesting way.

  43. The most unique jam I’ve ever made is Rose Petal Jam – the flavor is delicate and romantic.

  44. Hands down, my favorite jam flavor is fig!

  45. My favorite jam is lingonberry. I can’t wait to try the mango passion and strawbanero from the book.

  46. Pear jam, from the Ball Complete Book. Not technically low sugar, but about half as much as the recipe in the Blue Book. Tastes like pears canned in light syrup, yum!

  47. Looks like a lovely book. What an awesome giveaway. Tomato jam is probably the most unique one i have made.

  48. I love making peach jam from Alabama Chilton county peaches in the summertime. It’s my all time hands down favorite!

  49. my fav flavor combo is white peach and raspberry jam!

  50. I tried a fig with rosemary jam!

  51. One of my favorites is cantaloupe. I use it as a base for a pork glaze. Look forward to trying some of your recipes! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  52. My favorite jam flavor is Blueberry Key Lime! Can’t wait to check out your new recipes !

  53. So excited to try some of these recipes! My favorite experiments have been using various fruits with rosé or sparkling wine…. Peaches and Sparkling Wine combo taste like a peach Bellini!! 

  54. Such a beautiful gift! 

  55. I just want to LEARN how to make jelly/jam, this would be PERFECT! Thank you!

  56. My favorite unique jam has to be strawberry fig :)

  57. Strawberry rhubarb!

  58. strawberry and orange jam is one of my favorite but love all except hot pepper

  59. I’m going to make orange, rhubarb and vanilla bean preserves tomorrow- my favorite so far was actually your meyer lemon-strawberry marmalade!

  60. I just made blueberry jam for the first time. Love the fabulous colors and love your recipes here!

  61. Love the blueberry jam

  62. OK I think I finally got the hang of sharing this on FB publicly, and providing the link here. Fingers crossed.

  63. We had hot pepper jam which was really good! Tasted better than it sounded haha

  64. I love making Strawberry Vanilla Peach Jam….my own recipe

  65. Favorite jam to can is strawberry 

  66. The most unique jam I have made was a margarita marmalade, complete with tequila and triple sec.

  67. My favorite jam to make is Strawberry. This year I hope to make Cherry and Blueberry with less sugar, so I can EAT MORE!

  68. I tweeted this on twitter. D. F. Falicki https://twitter.com/dfal182/status/746900410493874176

  69. My favorite jam of all time is apricot preserves.

  70. Chokecherry jam is my absolute favorite!

  71. I just made a batch of tomatillo jalapeño jelly last night. It is meant to be a savory appetizer served with crackers and cream cheese – should be good!!

  72. Your jams look absolutely delicious!

  73. The most unique jam I have found (and love) is Fire Roasted Mira Sol Chie Jammin’ Jelly (flavored with lime and cilantro). The Mira Sol chile is nurtured by the Rocky Mountain water, brilliant sunshine, and cool nights.

  74. Caramelized onion jam is the most unusual jam I’ve made. It tastes great on a sandwich with left over pork roast and melted cheese.

  75. pear vanilla was very good but I have to say straight up strawberry can’t be beat!

  76. The most unique jam I’ve ever tried is blueberry lavender—and it was delicious!

  77. This looks fabulous. MY favorite flavor of jam I have had was a balsamic onion jam because I love savory spreads. I also love a good old fashioned strawberry jam. Your flavors looks amazing.

  78. shared on twitter Check out @alexandrairob’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/alexandrairob/status/747113645134381056?s=09

  79. How exciting! I have always been sort of a traditionalist with pectin free strawberry being my go to favorite but I am super excited to see what’s in your new e book! 

  80. Just tries making Vanilla Rhubarb jam with Pomona’s of course, to die for.

  81. Peach  lime Jam and also a lemon marmalade

  82. I have only made strawberry and orange marmalade but would love to make and try something else

  83. I just bought the bundle! I have to say that I’m not too adventurous when it comes to jams which is exactly why I need your ebook! I’ve only had the typical flavors: grape, Apple, peach…

  84. I’m currently working on a roasted peach chipotle butter that promises to be wonderful.

  85. I made kumquat marmalade once and it was awesome! Still my favorite, but you need a lot of kumquats to make it happen. 

  86. I love apricot , plum and peach. All by itself… I want to taste the fruit!

  87. My favorite ever jam is fruit cocktail. I used equal amounts fresh cherries, green grapes, peaches, pears, and canned pineapple (I have a allergy to fresh). My most unusual was a blueberry and green tomato that turned out amazing. I always canned and pickled with my kids when they were growing up and my son created a peach and apricot jam that everyone loved!

  88. These jams sound amazing. Peach is my favorite.

  89. I just made tayberry jelly and it might be my new fave.

  90. I think the most unusual jam I’ve ever made is tomato peach jam. People don’t think of tomatoes when they think of jam despite the fact  it is actually a fruit.   I alto make crabapple jelly WHEN I can find them but they’re very hard to find. I had a great aunt who was especially fond of it. I haven’t really made it since she passed away at the age of 95 about 1998. 

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