Jellies

Jellies are fruit preserves without any fruit or fruit pulp. They are firmer than jam or preserves, often as firm as Jell-O, thus easy to retrieve from a jar but more difficult to spread. Because of their clarity, jellies make a good, unobtrusive companion to some foods, such as mint jelly with lamb or hot-pepper jelly on a fluffy buttermilk biscuit.

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Musso & Frank

LOS ANGELES, CA

Thick bacon strips hung with clothespins on a line
Two Cracked Eggs | A Savannah Breakfast Best

SAVANNAH, GA

Beach Donuts doughnuts
Beach Donuts

CLINTON, CT

Aspetuck Valley Apple Barn

EASTON, CT

Donut is plastered with maple frosting and covered with countless pieces of bacon
Donut Crazy

SHELTON, CT

Aspetuck Valley Apple Barn

EASTON, CT

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