What's in our Homemade Jam and Jelly?
Except for citrus fruits, all of our jams and jellies are from Oregon-grown fruit. No fillers, no corn syrup, no coloring agents or other chemical additives. Just what Grandma put in hers. If you want homemade (that's by hand) jam and jelly, then you've come to the right place. Let us know what you think. If you have a favorite Northwest fruit that isn't represented here, let us know. We always like to try new products.

Fruit Butters

  • Apple Butter - This is the old-fashion kind, cooked slowly over low heat to reduce and carmelize the natural sugar. Then we add the rest of the stuff and cook some more until it's just the right thickness. Spicy and warm!
  • Apricot Butter - We've captured the full fruit bouquet in this. Bright orange and smooth as silk, the flavor floats out of every jar. If you love apricots, you'll LOVE this.
  • Bandon Cranberry Butter - We specially prepare the Cranberries in this butter to make them smooth and spreadable. The same great color and tart flavor are still in there. Use this on bread to complement a turkey sandwich (no fat alternative to mayo)
  • Oregon Cherry Butter - We use the same sour pie cherries for this as we do for jam. But this one is smooth and spreadable. Tastes just like Cherry pie and is my personal favorite.
  • Oregon Peach Butter - The warm sweeteness of Peaches in a soft spread. We add secret spices to enhance the flavor. Oregon's Peaches are tasty, sweet and juicy.
  • Oregon Pear Butter - Pears from the Willamette Valley blushed with sun end up in here. The butter is smooth and sweet. We add special spices to complement the fruit so you get a full pear flavor in every jar.

Homemade Jam

  • Bandon Cranberry Jam - Locally grown in the Cranberry Capital of Oregon, cranberry is the familiar dark red, tart berry we've all grown up with. Not only does the jam taste great on toast, but try it on a Turkey sandwich in place of the mayo. Yummm!
  • Black Raspberry Jam - In spite of its name, this berry has a distinct flavor from its red cousin. Super dark, pungent in flavor, Black Raspberries are increasingly rare. Special pricing applies and quantities may be limited.
  • Boysenberry Jam - This is the fruit that made Mr. Knott well-known. It is a hybrid cross between a Red Raspberry, Blackberry and a Loganberry. Makes a great addition to Belgian waffles.
  • Cranberry Marmalade Jam - We've combined two familiar flavors into one great marmalade. Cranberries and oranges mixed together give the great color and tart flavor we've all come to know and love.
  • Cranberry Raspberry Jam - A great combination of tart and sweet. Raspberry tames the tart, Cranberry perks up the sweet. Enjoy our local berries on your favorite sandwich.
  • Gooseberry Jam - Oregon produces over 90% of all the gooseberries grown in the USA. They are green, seedy, and very tart. Probably best known as a pie ingredient, gooseberries in jam are uncommon but wonderful.
  • Loganberry Jam - Dr. Logan's invention of a cross between a Red Raspberry and a Blackberry. Loganberry has the red color but a flavor more towards the Blackberry. Makes a great PB&J sandwich.
  • Marionberry Jam - Marionberries are true Oregonians, born and bred at the Oregon State University. This berry is a cross between two different Blackberries, a Chehalem and Olallie. It's name came to be from the University being in Marion County.
  • Marvelous Marmalade Jam - So okay, oranges don't grow in Oregon. But we do cook the marmalade by hand, from scratch. Enjoy some on english muffins with hot tea and capture a ray of sunshine.
  • Oregon Blueberry Jam - We grow these dark blue jewels here on the farm. Our prize winning berries are great to eat fresh--July 4 to Labor Day--or cooked up into a smooth, sweet jam that captures the flavor of summer. Especially with on top of a thick layer of cream cheese.
  • Oregon Cherry Jam - My personal favorite! We make this only from tart pie cherries so its beautiful color and true cherry flavor shine through. Great with whole grain bread or slathered on frozen yogurt. Yummm!
  • Red Raspberry Jam - Our raspberries are grown in the heat of the Willamette Valley, where they mature to a sweet dark red delicacy. Packed full of vitamins and other things good for you, they have a wonderful bouquet, great for including in recipes, slathering on fresh bread, or enjoyed direct from the jar with a big spoon. Enjoy!
  • Strawberry Jam - Oregon is famous for its Strawberries. I eat this with a spoon right out of the jar. Need I say more.
  • Strawberry Rhubarb Jam - This is an old-fashion jam we stir up just like Grandma used to do. The sweetness of Oregon Strawberries mixes well with the tart of Rhubarb.
  • Tayberry Jam - This berry is a hybrid cross between a Red Raspberry and a Blackberry. It has a similar taste to the Loganberry but with a little extra Raspberry flavor. Becoming a popular jam among many.
  • Wild Blackberry Jam - The berry that made Oregon famous! Growing wherever there is an open space, blackberries are the treasure of late summer. Their dark purple color and sweet juice make them popular with people (and the local wildlife). Enjoy a taste of Oregon in a jar.
  • Wild Huckleberry Jam - Growing wild on the edges of open meadows, Huckleberries are a special treat. A cousin to the Blueberry, they are very dark and tart. We gather them in the cool days of fall and store enough to last year long. If you're looking for the unusual goody, this is it.
  • Yellow Raspberry Jam - Also known as Golden Raspberry. This berry is a sweeter natural variant of the Red Raspberry.


  • Blackberry Honey -When Blackberries bloom, it seems like Oregon is solid with flowers. The bees are at the peak of their summer activity just when blackberry flowers are plentiful. They capture the perfect timing of Nature in this honey.
  • Clover Honey -Hives for these bees are primarily pollinating clover fields, hence the name. It has a "typical" honey flavor and color, good for all around uses.
  • Lemon Honey - When the bees visit the citrus blooms, they not only collect pollen and nectar, but they also bring back the essence of lemon. It's a subtle bouquet, delightful in tea.
  • Orange Honey - Hives used for pollinating citrus blossoms pick up the essence of the fruit. There is a delightful hint of orange infused throughtout.
  • Oregon Wildflower Honey - Only what the bees put in it! Hives for this honey are moved around constantly so there is no distinctive flavor. But is a robust unpasteurized natural honey.
  • Star Thistle Honey - Lighter in color than its fully wild partner, this is Eastern Oregon honey. Star thistle is a noxious weed that makes great honey.

No Sugar Added Spreads

  • Cranberry - Just fruit and unsweetened juice plus a special pectin that sets without sugar. It's tart and flavorful. Sweeten it if you like with honey or sweetener.
  • Marionberry - Just the fruit and a special pectin that sets without sugar. It's very tart. Sweeten with honey, sugar or sweetener to suit your taste.
  • Red Raspberry - These spreads are unsweetened, and are tart. Add whichever sweetener you like: honey, artificial or just a sprinkle of sugar.
  • Wild Blackberry - Just what nature put in the fruit. We add a special pectin to turn the fruit into jam without adding sugar. It's very tart. Sweeten with honey, sugar, or sweetener if you like.
  • Wild Huckleberry - Get the taste of our native berry without any added sugar. It's very tart. You can add honey or sweetener to suit your own taste.

Special Goodies

  • BBQ: Apricot - If you like a sweeter BBQ sauce to get that special crusty flavor, then this is the one. A little higher sugar content in Apricots gets a good crunchy outside while capturing the juices inside.
  • BBQ: Bandon Cranberry - Tired of traditional sauce? Add a little kick to your next BBQ with our Cranberry BBQ. Great smoky flavor and a little something extra.
  • BBQ: Wild Blackberry - Wild Blackberries and BBQ--what a combo. The sweet essence of the fruit makes for great crusty ribs with a wonderful smoky flavor.
  • BBQ: Wild Huckleberry - We've combined wild Huckleberries and BBQ. Nothing better than food cooked over an open flame smothered in sauce from our native berries.
  • Garlic Cloves (10 oz) - Nice and crunchy and you don't have to peel them! Dice them for recipes or just snack on them straight from the jar.
  • Olives (10 oz) - We have a whole family of stuffed olives: Garlic, Jalapeno, or try some of the more exotic ones: Bleu Cheese, Double (both garlic and jalapeno) and the HOTTEST of all, Habanero.
  • Original Pepper Jelly - Red and Green Peppers suspended in a nippy jelly. Looks pretty just sitting there, but it's even better when you open it and dig in. Great on ribs.
  • Pepper Jelly: Apricot - Sweeter than our other two pepper jellies, this one is golden and well-seasoned. Hot enough to notice without taking your breath away.
  • Pepper Jelly: Bandon Cranberry - A rosy red spicy jelly that's great with cream cheese on toast. Also makes a great baste for BBQd chicken.
  • Pepper Jelly: Garlic - If you really like garlic, this is the jelly for you. Packed with minced garlic and a good nip of peppers, this is great on meat and cheese sandwiches instead of mayo. And no fat!
  • Salsa: Cranberry - Where's the chips? Dig in to a bowlful of our sassy salsa and you'll never eat store bought again. We concoct this completely from scratch. Has a good bite that goes down well with a local microbrew.
  • Salsa: Peach - Spicy and sweet at the same time. Great with chips or slather on tacos. YUM!!!


  • Apricot - Apricots that pour right out of the jar. Great on French toast or use it to baste next time you barbecue or broil anything.
  • Cranberry - Ruby red juice from locally grown cranberries combines with sugar to make a glowing red syrup. Try with pancakes or baste a roast chicken.
  • Marionberry - The juice, the whole juice and nothing but the juice (And enough sugar to thicken it). Pour over hot steaming Belgian waffles and dig in.
  • Oregon Blueberry - We raise our own berries, extract the juice, add sugar and presto! Fresh, clear Blueberry Syrup. A feast fit for a monarch.
  • Red Raspberry - What a great start for amorning! Pure Red Raspberry syrup and crepes. No seeds, just the juice.
  • Wild Blackberry - Only from the wild berries. We strain off the dark purple juice and using our tried and true recipe we create the perfect syrup for morning pancakes.
  • Wild Huckleberry - Pure juice, blended just so, captures the flavor of our native berry. Too dark to even see through, it is ambrosia running down a stack of flapjacks.
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