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Yum, yum! That looks fantastic! And I really love your labels!
I love these pretty recipe posts of yours. Quinces and sloes are both unfamiliar to me and I don't believe are common anywhere in the US, but enjoyed this nonetheless!
Your finished product is beautiful.
Looks wonderful. I bet it tastes as good or better than it looks.I've never heard of those fruits here in the USA.
I have been yearning to try some medlar jelly. Over here you can make something truly special with prickly pear fruit.
Pain and suffering refers to physical and emotional injury. Damages for pain and suffering are intended to compensate victims for their injuries. These types of damages are often given.http://www.compmanwc.com/
Economic damages, in contrast, are intended to provide victims with money they would have had but for the accident. For example, if the accident had never occurred, then the victim would not have medical bills or lost wages from missing work.http://www.compmanwc.com/
I'm afraid a simple fruit jelly can only go so far in easing pain and suffering - but I am sure you will agree, it is a start.