Damson Plum Preserves
Sweet and a little bit tart, these old-fashioned Damson Plum Preserves require just 3 ingredients -- and no pectin! Remove the pits, simmer a pot on the stove, and you'll have a couple jars of beautiful, preserved fresh plums to enjoy with cheese on your next charcuterie board, to spread on biscuits, cornbread or toast, to elevate sandwiches, or to use in baked goods like a classic Damson Plum Pie.
1/2 c water
1 1/2 c sugar
- Wash the plums, remove the pits, and cut into quarters. Place the plums in a medium Dutch oven (or other heavy-bottomed pot). Add the water and sugar.
- Bring the mixture to a boil over...
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