Thursday, June 28, 2007

Uhm... Which one?


Late post today (I'm sorry). I took this shot last Sunday at mall where a young lady wasn't sure which kind of jam to buy. So the question are: Do you like jam? If yes, which one?

Post in ritardo oggi (me ne scuso). Scattai questa fotografia la scorsa domenica i al supermercato dove una giovane signora era indecisa su quale marmellata acquistare. Sicché le domande sono: Vi piace la marmellata? Se sì, quale?
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13 comments:

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Oooooh! Look at all those jams! That's my kind of store (can you tell I really like jam or, as I prefer to call it, marmalade?).

So, which one, huh? Let's see... Sorry, can't decide. If I were that lady I'd take at least one jar each of: strawberry, strawberry and rhubarb, wild blueberry, plum, peach.

But if I had to choose only one, it'd be... Strawberry with lots of berries in it.

Yours truly, the Jam Monstah :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Oh my. I love jam. My mother used to make the best -- back during World War II. Of her jam I would pick peach or strawberry.

When you buy jam at the store I would pick current jelly.

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Nikon said...

I'm not a big fan of jam for some reason - I like grape jelly (with peanut butter, of course) so I'd probably like grape jam.

isabella said...

Homemade orange marmalade for me - that way I can control the amount of sugar.
What about you, Fabrizio?

Lavenderlady said...

Blackberry...definately blackberry.

Massimo said...

Quella di arance ma solo in vacanza!

Oya said...

I love jam...Most blackberry and strawberry....

jules said...

I am partial to strawberry jam and orange marmalade. Lemon curd would make a three-way tie but I'm not sure it's in the jam category. I do love to look at all the specialty jams and jellies.

The Cooking Ninja said...

I love the blackberries jam that my mother-in-law makes every year. We would go to the countryside and pick wild blackberries - they are so delicious and fragrant. I love also the raspberries jam that my mother-in-law's mother makes. Home made jams are so delicious and flavourful.

Jilly said...

Just to be difficult, I actually prefer honey to anything else. But if it's jam - goodness, so many - apricot, blackcurrant and mandarin (there's a great mandarin jam you can get in Menton with very little sugar, so it tastes of mandarins and not sugar!)

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Ehm ehm I must admit I don't like jam :-( ... Any.

Z said...

No jam for you? What about stuff like marmalade (in the English way)? I like dark jams with chunks of fruit, like brombeer or blackberry.

Mandy said...

strawberry for me - but 5 euros a jar seems expensive.