Thursday, March 22, 2007

Sarabeth's Fruit Preserves




Every summer I search the stores for fruit, strawberries, apricots, etc . . . . , to make homemade jam. No more. I have discovered a jam that is so amazing, so natural, so perfect that my homemade jam will never compete. Now I will go straight to Stew Leonard's (you can also order on-line) and buy tons of mason jars (they are a large 18 oz. size) of Sarabeth's. Listen to the ingredients of the Strawberry Raspberry: strawberries, sugar, raspberries, lemon juice (impressive, right?) and the Peach Apricot: peaches, sugar, dried apricots. NOTE: May contain occasional pit. (How charming is that?) I was first introduced to Sarabeth's Bakery when attending the Martha Stewart show. Before we were seated we were served yummy chocolate cookies from the New York bakery. She has four restaurants in NYC, I can't wait to visit one. In the meantime, I will be eating Sarabeth's jam by the spoonful.

5 comments:

Jenni said...

brunch os quite delightful there...mmm...

liz s said...

mmmm good to know. i'll have to pick up some sarabeth's next time i'm at trader joes. i've tried to have brunch there on the upper west side but the lines were always WAAAYYY to long

Elizabeth said...

Are they as expensive at Stews as they are online? (ten dollars a bottle) - and can you get them at Trader Joes?

liz s said...

erin, i've realized ever since you stopped blogging on a regular basis, i've stopped cooking. now it might just be a coincidence, but i think you should get back to blogging so i can get my life back in order

Erin said...

elizabeth, you can get it at stew's for just $7.00 a bottle. come visit me and i'll get you some.
liz, i think i'm becoming an end of the week blogger.