Not the musical kind, the tasty kind. So why jam? Well firstly it starts with “J” so it fits my a-to-z and secondly its sweet and I like sweet as much as I like scrapbooking.
So today I asked google.ca about “PEI Jam” and got the following results. Yours may vary.
The PEI Preserve Company. No surprise there. That is the premier place on Prince Edward Island to get jams and preserves. I found online apple & cinnamon curd. That sounds very intriguing. The Preserve company ships all over the world and have a wonderful reputation for fine delicacies.
On the government website, I found a recipe for strawberry grand marnier jam submitted by a resident of PEI.
I also found an article by the CBC about how the Japanese are eyeing PEI blueberries for jam.
Mrs Profitt’s Tea Room
Located in the Orient Hotel, Mrs Profitt’s Tea Room’s menu boasts home made preserves.
At the Tea Guide, I found several raving reviews about Grandma’s Tearoom
Grandma’s Tea Room
And of course I also found Grandma’s Tea Room that proposes “the Traditional English way” with home made jams and hot pepper jelly . . . yum! I just love fresh biscuits with hot pepper jelly.
So jam all you like on PEI, you can savour some and buy some to take home.