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  • Every year my fig tree produces lots of delicious figs. I love cutting them open to see the shocking red-purple, raspberry-jam flavored fruit inside.

    Boing Boing

  • When it comes to cookies, you can take them in a similar vein with raspberry-jam filled Vampire Cookies.

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  • When it comes to cookies, you can take them in a similar vein with raspberry-jam filled Vampire Cookies.

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  • The urchin rubbed the raspberry-jam off his mouth, and said,

    The Newcomes

  • She interested Mrs. Blenkinsop by evincing the deepest sympathy in the raspberry-jam preserving, which operation was then going on in the

    Vanity Fair

  • The wood resembles in tint and texture its ally, the raspberry-jam wood of Western Australia, though lacking its significant and remarkable aroma.

    Tropic Days

  • She left the door open, and along with the odor of a pot of raspberry-jam scalding over the fire, sending its steams of leaf - and insect-fragrance through the little house, there came in also the following conversation.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861

  • It was while going over this interesting establishment, that the raspberry-jam incident recurred to us.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 122, December, 1867

  • In the same way a child will tell you, and honestly tell you, that he prefers raspberry-jam and heavy pastry at odd times to regular meals of brown bread and butter, and that he is quite willing, in the interests of the pastry system of nourishment, to brave the pains which Mary experienced when she consumed both jam and pastry.

    The Adventure of Living

  • She interested Mrs. Blenkinsop by evincing the deepest sympathy in the raspberry-jam preserving, which operation was then going on in the Housekeeper’s room; she persisted in calling Sambo “Sir, ” and “Mr.

    IV. The Green Silk Purse

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