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These Five Recipes Make the Most of Missouri-Made Jams

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These Five Recipes Make the Most of Missouri-Made Jams

Dating back to the first century, jam has a well-preserved history. In its simplest form, it is fruit cooked with sugar – or more specifically, honey – and then cooled before being stored. Today, makers across Missouri put their own spin on the process, adding surprising yet appetizing flavors to their handcrafted jams. Here, we explore fun and creative ways to use some of our favorites in spicy, sweet and savory recipes.

Amanda Elliott is the chef at Peachtree Catering in Columbia, Missouri, and authors the website rusticsupper.com, where she shares recipes centered on the idea of the communal table and embracing the heritage of food through travel.

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