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  1. Oh my goodness what a challenge! Hope life with the monster improves! Fancy getting into plastic lock containers. eek. Lovely recipe.
    Sally – My Custard Pie sharing the blog ♥ Three fall into adventure in OmanMy Profile

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    • I hope so too Sally!

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  2. Good lord, what an accomplished thief!
    We have an Irish Wolfhound whose sneakiness always amazes me. She is very quick on her toes for an aging 65 kilogram dog – like a stealth bomber, swift and silent.

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    • Wow, that is huge!

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  3. Have a wonderful holiday, Tandy. 🙂 xx
    Sylvia sharing the blog ♥ Thursday’s Special: Unnerving Eye ContactMy Profile

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    • Thanks, we had a wonderful time 🙂

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  4. Wow Scarlett is determined, pays the price, and then wants more lol. Glad you have a good out of reach shelf now. Love this jam, reminds me onf the kind of jams I get in persian restaurants for brunch here.

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    • Would you believe it, she ate the jam!

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  5. Scarlett sounds a bit like our Olive when she was a puppy, she even ate socks and razorblades. Your jam combo sounds amazing, The roses we have here in Oregon are the old fashioned fragrant ones. They would be perfect in a jam like this.
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Flourless Chocolate CakeMy Profile

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    • Ouch re the razor blades! I would love some old fashioned roses in my garden 🙂

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  6. What a beautiful jam recipe! Puppies are notoriously cheeky and naughty, and a 23kg puppy that can reach into high places must be a challenge for you…but you can’t help loving them, even when they’re being naughty!
    Chica Andaluza sharing the blog ♥ La Mancha and WindmillsMy Profile

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    • She is very lovable 🙂

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  7. Very unique recipe! I’ve never had a jam with rose in it before – it sounds lovely.
    Amy (Savory Moments) sharing the blog ♥ Mixed berry pieMy Profile

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    • It was lovely enough for Scarlett to eat 😉

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  8. Yum, it must smell and taste amazing, love the recipe:)

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    • Thank you Natalia 🙂

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  9. Naughty Scarlett! And still a puppy. I like the idea of the rose with the berries. No doubt a very fragrant jam.
    Fiona Ryan sharing the blog ♥ Bar Hop – The Junk BarMy Profile

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    • And loved by the Boxer monster 🙂

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  10. I love rose petals in using my recipes, but Jam sounds like a fantastic idea! I bet berry and rose petals are an awesome combo 🙂
    Anu – My Ginger Garlic Kitchen sharing the blog ♥ Rajma Tofu Paratha Pocket Bites With Boondi Raita | Video RecipeMy Profile

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    • It was a really amazing combo indeed 🙂

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  11. Happy holidays, Tandy! Scarlett sounds like Babette, our childhood boxer, a very resourceful food machine as well, with a preference for Roquefort and anything sweet.

    I bought fragrant roses (Frederic Mistral and Molinard) three years ago from a rose grower in Germany and planted them in our garden, only one survived, I use the petals to make a gelée with apple juice. Next year I will definitely use your delicious recipe – thanks for sharing!

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    • Oh, I hope she doesn’t discover cheese!

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  12. Sounds quite exquisite!

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    • Thanks Liz, it was 🙂

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  13. Oh dear Scarlett you are very adept at finding food! My cat Otto could open up containers and would eat until he threw up. He was a hungry little thing like Scarlett (except she’s not so little!).
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Spice of Life: Sri Lankan Devilled Prawns {Isso Thel Dhala}My Profile

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    • Otto was very resourceful! And Scarlett ended up eating the jam!

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  14. Have fun on your holiday!!!

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    • Thanks!

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  15. The jam sounds heavenly Tandy.
    Have a wonderful Thursday.
    🙂 Mandy xo
    Mandy sharing the blog ♥ Versatile MarinadeMy Profile

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    • Thank you Mandy xox

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