7 stone fruit jams to buy in L.A. now

A list of the best stone fruit jams in Los Angeles from restaurants and farmers markets.
Jenn Harris, Ben Mims • Los Angeles Times • July 15, 2021
This story is a component of the feature “Seasons of Preserves: Stone Fruit,” which is part of a four-part series on preserving fruit at home called “L.A. in a Jar.” If all this talk of jam has you scrambling for a spoon and a jar, here are some...
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