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  1. Yes, Pang, so happy to have you back again. Have you met any new friends? Did you go and visit their links and chat them up? They love it when you do. 🙂


    • I did have fun visit some posts. I am so happy FF brought me so many new friends. 🙂


  2. The raspberry jam looks wonderful, by the way. I make jams, too, in the summer, when there’s an abundance of fruits. And I make pickles, too, from everything! 🙂 Your photos are top-notch. I just love them!


    • Thank you…Thank you…Thank you… So glad you like the photographs, Angie 🙂



  3. Yay! I am glad you are back, Pang! I told you – you’ll love FF. 🙂
    This jam looks absolutely delicious! I love jams and spreads that I could not stand having less than 5. 😀

    As always, the photos are magnificent!! <3


    • In fact, I have not left FF just yet, Jhuls. I am proud to say that I am hooked 😀
      I am SO HAPPY you like the photographs.
      Btw, you meant 5 spoonful or 5 toasts hahahaha… either way, I am with you 🙂


      • So happy that you are hooked, Pang! Did you visit other guests at FF and made friends? Don’t be too shy, okay? 😀

        Hmm, about the spread – I have at least 5 different kinds of spreads on the pantry and some are in the fridge – cheese, strawberry jam, cookie butter, sandwich spread (the Filipino kind) and of course Nutella! 😀


    • Thank you so much for such a lovely comment, Sonal.
      So glad you stopped by and that you liked the photographs 🙂


    • Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Angie. I am so glad you stopped by & even happier that you liked the photographs. 🙂 Btw, I peeked at your lovely blog & loved it 🙂


    • Thank you so much, Stacey. I am so happy that you liked the photographs.
      Your dogs are so cute, btw 🙂


  4. Hi Pang! Lovely to see you here again! Your jam is lovely yet simple in it’s splendour and your photos are simply stunning. I wish I knew what you were talking about when your mention auto exposure bracketing – I haven’t a clue but am nodding my head in agreement because whatever it is, it is fabulous!!!


    • awwww…. thank you Selma. So glad to see you again, too 😀

      Auto exposure bracketing is the setting to make your camera shoot 3 pics in different light. I use canon, so it might call differently on other cameras 🙂

      SO HAPPY you like the photographs 🙂


  5. I’ve never made my own jam before, this looks wonderful though


  6. i agree with you: the whole process of making jam is such an act of love. last summer, my dear friend (along with our significant others) picked 22lbs of blueberries, then she & i proceeded to jam them to give out as party favors for my wedding. that was a major labor of love from her to me, and from my husband & i to our guests.
    your photographs are so beautiful, light & airy. i have no idea what auto exposure bracketing is but it really suits you!


    • That is beautiful story, Lan 🙂
      I am sure that wedding was delicious


    • Thank you SO MUCH, Naina. SO HAPPY you like the photos 🙂


  7. Your photographs are beautiful. I love the styling, as well. You know that it’s great when you want to reach in the photo and start chowin’ down. Kudos!

    • Pang

      You are so sweet, Mondo. Thank you so much for being ‘here,’ and for a wonderful comment 🙂
      I can’t tell you how happy I am that you like the photographs 🙂


  8. Hey Pang! I love rasbperries and your photos! 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for being ‘here,’ and for all your sweet comments, Mila. I really do appreciate it 🙂

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