Some popular jams
are made from plums, raspberries, mulberries, pears, peaches, melons, figs, strawberries and cherries.
class="MsoNormalSimply put, our traffic jams
deserve a thesis or two, a blockbuster movie, heck, they deserve an award of some sort.
Indeed, exactly what Jam
Kamal inherited the title from his father, Jam
Yousaf, and which he had earlier inherited from his own father, Jam
Ghulam Qadir, and how the title had passed down from the founder of the dynasty, Jam
Ali I, who had founded the state in 1742.
He was the patron saint of the Kehar Jams
of Kakrala, who were known for their bravery and chivalry.
Prepared without artificial colors and preservatives, the jams
contain 43 percent fruit, with the other ingredients being only sugar, pectin and citric acid (no extenders).
Then, the frequency alignment benefit function [q.sub.2ij] is addressed to report the jamming suppression effect of attacker [u.sub.i](i =1,2,..., m) on defender [R.sub.j](j = 1,2, ..., n) .The attacker [u.sub.i] can only jam
the defender [R.sub.j] if the attacker's jamming frequency overlaps with the defender's operating frequency.
Preparation of Jams
. Pumpkin fruits were washed, peeled, and cut into small cubes.
with added pectin do just fine on the shelf if they're processed in a boiling water bath or steam canner for 10 minutes.
Despite setting up Food Street at Namak Mandi bazaar, the government should establish Jams
and Minerals Street for promoting precious stones of the province.
Shuiken, from Edinburgh, said: "During filming, there was a breakfast table set up every morning where people could help themselves to croissants, baguettes, cheese and jam
. One morning I put my jams
out and let the cast and crew try it.
Brian Chevalier, host of jam
sessions at both Happy Hours and River Stop Restaurant & Sports Bar, said that jams
can be "a roll of the dice," but "there's a lot of talent down here in the southern Willamette Valley."