Another Delicious "Kentucky Proud" Jam from Two Sisters Jams
As I said in my most recent review of Two Sisters Jams, I’ll be doing different varieties/flavors over the coming days. Each is so darn good, they warrant their own post and their own moment in the spotlight.
Today’s moment belongs to Two Sisters Strawberry Rhubarb Jam.
Two Sisters Jams are based right here in Kentucky. Buying “Kentucky Proud” foods is something we aren’t just passionate about, we’re borderline obsessed with it. I have to admit something, though – Two Sisters Jams, Jellies and Preserves are so ridiculously delicious, I’d be a fan whether they were made in Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, or New York City.
One of my favorite jams has always been Strawberry, so this was actually the first jar I opened when I received a beautiful stash of jams. I might or might not have dove right into the deliciousness with a spoon.
Not only are Two Sisters Jams off the charts delicious, they’re downright beautiful, to boot. Everything about them lets you know they’re homemade and stand heads and shoulders over the rest. Even if you’re normally on the fence when it comes to jams, jellies, and preserves, these sisters will make you suddenly obsessed with them.
I enjoyed this gorgeous, flavorful jam on biscuits, corn muffins. toast, and, of course, the spoon. When the jar was nearly empty, I actually put a little applesauce in the jar and – holy cats – it rocked my world.
I can’t tell you how wonderful this jam is – all I can say is, “Mmmmmmm….”
By the way, when you’re on the Two Sisters Website and you’re shopping in the store, be aware that there are three pages. I do not want you to miss any of these beautiful jams, jellies, and preserves.
Read more about Two Sisters Strawberry Rhubarb Jam and order some for yourself asap. Have those corn muffins ready!
Two Sisters Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
* Just good-natured kidding toward our northern neighbors – we lived in southern Indiana for a few years and loved it. Except during basketball season… not the best place to live when you’re die-hard UK fans!