tomato confiture. Here's an idea of what to do with that jar of preserves or jam that you got as a gift and haven't a clue how to get it off the shelf. (Or, perhaps you are just an avid canner with a jar of something like tomato confiture, that needs a recipe!)
Add it to dried beans. We love a bit of sweetness in our beans. On a particularly cold day last week, we found a bag of pinto beans and decided to cook them. Instead of following a baked bean recipe calling for brown sugar, we grabbed a jar of tomato confiture and tossed it in with the beans and pork ribs.
One year we had an abundance of apple based preserves and they were a lovely addition to beans as are pear, figs and peaches. We haven't tried anything with berries in it but why not?
And while you are in the kitchen, back so cookies for someone you love!