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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Roses and Peppers ....What The Heck....

I've shown you my dried roses...both of them :>)
and now I want to talk about 
RED PEPPER JELLY


One might ask....
"Why are you mixing jelly and roses all in one post ?"
Well, for one thing, I've fallen so in love with these two little roses that
I just keep snapping pictures of them...

 Another reason...
on this particular morning, I noticed....
my RED PEPPER JELLY and dried roses were just about the same color...

I do love this jelly on my pancakes..ummmmm




....even my coffee cup was blending right into the scene...

I loved it...

so here I am showing off my 
COLORS......


Joining in the fun with:

32 comments:

  1. BJ, your posts are fun and colorful and I love it. The roses are so sweet. I added another rose to my cute dried ones also. Blessings to you, xoxo,Susie

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  2. Looks good! My sister in law makes a pepper jelly that we like to put on cream cheese and crackers at holiday time. It always gets eaten right up!

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  3. Oh you are surrounded by your beautiful reds.

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  4. Well I liked the happy red pepper jelly and your little roses. My daughter used a pepper jelly poured over cream cheese at Christmas and it was good with crackers. Sounds like Kathleen Grace's sister in law must have done similar. Makes me hungry right now just thinking about it. My daughter used a spicy pepper jelly, which normally would have been too hot for me, but the cream cheese takes the pain out of it so I could enjoy the flavor.

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  5. You have a wonderful eye for color. Your posts are always color coordinated. Mine look like a hodge-podge of color. Hmmmmm...I must ponder this.

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  6. A lot of people don't realize that Red Bell Peppers are just Green Bell Peppers that were given much more time to mature

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  7. Those are gorgeous roses, bj. I love them. I don't think I could eat the pepper jelly though- my tummy couldn't take it. xo Diana

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  8. That sounds so delicious! Love the pretty roses, too! And red pepper jelly sounds good. Would love to taste that. I have loved Harry and David pepper and onion relish.... And my gramma had end of the garden relish... But yours sounds like a lil bite of summer. Yum!

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  9. Your photos are ART!!! Susie is right!! FUN and colorful are your trademarks!!

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  10. Perhaps my favorite color as you will see if you read my next post

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  11. Your Roses are divinely beautiful. Never had pepper jelly. I really enjoy your photography BJ.
    xoxo

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  12. I look forward to your post everyday,Bj, you bring a smile and a little sunshine into my room. I love pepper jelly over cream cheese. I have some roses that I have dried and love also, keep right on sharing yours!
    Have a good day!

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  13. The color is gorgeous on BOTH of them. I love the pot that you put the roses in (I know its not really a pot, but I forgot the name of it. Either way its pretty!)

    Red pepper jelly? I like grape jelly and fig jelly, but I never heard of this one!

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  14. You find happiness in everything, bj! I love that about you.

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  15. Never heard of red pepper jelly. The colors do match. The pancakes with the jelly on them looks delicious. Have a blessed day. Madelline

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  16. BJ, bright, cheerful colors. Just the thing for brightening up the day..Happy Thursday..Judy

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  17. LOVE pepper jelly! I'll be right over for some of those pancakes as well!Hahaa
    hughugs

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  18. Why not, I believe roses go with any and everything. I have even made rose cupcakes using safe to eat rose petals! Love pepper jelly too. Your colors are so pretty in your photographs and you've certainly left me hungry!
    Hugs bj............

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  19. Love that your roses kept a good color. I don't have that much luck with mine. Your breakfast looks so good. I like spicy food, but not too sure about the pepper jelly.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  20. I have never seen red pepper jelly but boy does it look good. I love the green one! And who doesn't love roses! I just wish they lasted longer.

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  21. I love Braswell's fig preserves, they are so yummy. I'll give the red pepper jelly a try!

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  22. Oh that jelly sounds so good and the roses are fabulous. I had to laugh about your plant stand and plant and you replacing it with a tea cart. If you like the plant stand, keep it, I just get on a tangent every once in a while and run wild. Who knows, the plant may be back next week. haha

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  23. yum!!! I love red pepper jelly. I can't believe how much pleasure you are still getting from those gorgeous roses.
    Hope you are warm in Texas!!!! : )

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  24. Your roses are so pretty and I love the red pepper jelly and never thought of them being the same colors. Thanks for popping in.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  25. I don't think I've ever had red pepper jelly, but it looks great! I'll have to go find some. Love the roses too! :)

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  26. I've never had red pepper jelly, either, but it sounds delicious. Aren't roses the perfect flowers? I'm still enjoying my roses from Valentine's Day. They're on their last leg now... :)

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  27. Those are some of the sweetest colors. Love those roses too, it's one unique breed.

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  28. You ALWAYS make me smile even when I don't feel like doing it. Thank you! Never heard of that kind of jelly..but it sure does look delicious.

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  29. Now that's a new one for me ( red pepper jelly on pancakes! :)

    But we all need color at this time of year that is for sure :)

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  30. Hi B.J.
    What a great post, your roses are just beautiful and I love that Pepper Jelly and Pancakes, what a great combination! We are iced in here today, hope you are staying warm up in the panhandle. Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for sharing your post with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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xo bj