Sistuh’s Kitchen


Flash Broiled Asparagus


Wilted Turnip Greens – a Soul Food & Japanese Cuisine Fusion


Early Spring Greens and Mint Vinaigrette


Pickled Greens Recipes


Grandma Juanita’s Turnip Greens and Salt Pork


4 thoughts on “Sistuh’s Kitchen

  1. Joseph Michael says:

    Awesome blog!

  2. Mary Clare says:

    My Glenora seedless grapes are in full production this year and think that even with the birds enjoying them I will be getting another batch of jelly made. Does anyone have a special good grape recipe for them? I only find Concord grape listed for recipes and it is a different grape altogether. The Glenora seedless is much more red. I have already figured out how to make jam with it but very labor intensive so just want to juice them now and make jelly. The jam was more reddish in color and the flavor more like a cranberry. Not as sweet as a Concord grape.
    Take care and happy gardening!
    ps: I will have some Concord grapes too but not until about August, just as school starts!

    • Sho'Nuff says:

      Your jelly sounds wonderful Mary Clare! I wish I could be one of those birds enjoying the fruits of your labors (for free!!). Alas, the only jelly recipes I have are for Concords. Interesting that your Glenora jam tasted of cranberry. I make a crab apple jelly (a propos of nothing) from crab apples growing on public property behind my house. Tell me how your jelly turns out.

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