Jams and jellies are good for adding oomph to dishes, including sweet-and-sour chicken (apricot jam), barbecue pork ribs (seedless raspberry), beef marinades (orange marmalade), ham glazes (blackberry or cherry), sweet and savory dips for vegetables and crackers (red pepper jelly) and even sandwich spreads.
Jams and jellies are good for adding oomph to dishes, including sweet-and-sour chicken (apricot jam), barbecue pork ribs (seedless raspberry), beef marinades (orange marmalade), ham glazes (blackberry or cherry), sweet and savory dips for vegetables and crackers (red pepper jelly) and even sandwich spreads. Matthew Mead The Associated Press
Jams and jellies are good for adding oomph to dishes, including sweet-and-sour chicken (apricot jam), barbecue pork ribs (seedless raspberry), beef marinades (orange marmalade), ham glazes (blackberry or cherry), sweet and savory dips for vegetables and crackers (red pepper jelly) and even sandwich spreads. Matthew Mead The Associated Press

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