Cher Tweets Jammies Jams Moonstruck Marmalade

June 23, 2011

When Cher tweets, her followers listen! Within minutes of Cher tweeting she loves her Jammies Jams Moonstruck Marmalade, the server was swarmed with traffic and crashed. That’s the power of the Diva! Check out her tweet and share some Moonstruck Marmalade.

One More Bite Hogs Jammies Bacon Jam

March 25, 2011

Photo courtesy of One More Bite Blog

We’re pleased to see that One More Bite thought Jammies Hog Heaven Bacon Jam was  “infused with amazing layers of flavors – pieces of bacon are added to apple butter, sugar, walnuts, BOURBON, spices, vinegar to add tartness, and chipotle chilis for heat.  Basically it will have every taste bud singing hallelujah!”  To read more, jump to One More Bite.
Don’t forget to order your own jar of Hog Heaven Bacon Jam and see for yourself why we sold out each day at this event.


Cher Picks Jammies “Moonstruck Marmalade”

March 16, 2010

Cher and Jammie The iconic singer Cher, who returns to Caesar’s Palace April 10 through July 4, picks Jammies  Moonstruck Marmalade for its fresh fruit flavor . This low sugar hand-made organic marmalade can now be enjoyed by anyone who needs to satisfy their inner Diva’s sweet tooth.

” Jammies Jams taste like fresh fruit in a jar. Of course I am partial to “Moonstruck Marmalade” but they’re all great!”, says Cher.

We couldn’t be more pleased that Cher loves our marmalade and other jams, such as Strawberry Fields. With her upcoming movie “Burlesque” completed, she’s headed back to Caesar’s Palace for another fabulous season and loaded with her quiltless secret: Moonstruck Marmalade.

Ingredients: Organic Navel Oranges, Organic Persian Limes, Organic Tahitian Vanilla Beans, Cane Sugar, Organic Spices, Organic Meyer Lemon Juice

$12/ 8 ounce jar

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Ham ‘n Jam San’

October 8, 2009

If you’re looking for something unique to serve your friends ( or just to treat yourself ) this recipe is a winner! Simple…quick…but with a touch of elegance. It all starts with two pieces of sourdough bread ( be sure to face them together, then open, so the pieces will match )


and spread with your favorite Jammies ( here I used Tuscan Moon).

Now pile on the ham slices


and add some cheese such as Manchego

then top with lettuce
and finish with the other piece of bread. Now, the san’ is done or you can take it one step further and make it a panini.

Start by buttering both outer sides of the bread ( or you can spray with a buttery non-stick spray )
while you heat your panini press. ( No press? use a fry pan on the stove and weight the san’ with another pan on top holding a can of tomatoes for added weight).
Press down firmly on top and grill until golden crisp on the outside. The cheese should just be starting to run out.
Now cut on the diagonal and enjoy!

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