Christmas in Lancaster County: A four-pack of jellies and jams!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 17th, 2017
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Our Christmas in Lancaster County celebration continues on the Turkey Hill Nation with another sweet prize from our own backyard. This one is from the legendary Kitchen Kettle Village. Anyone who’s visited Lancaster County knows the Village as THE PLACE to stop for everything from authentic Amish quilts to handcrafted jewelry.

One of its most popular shops features an amazing assortment of jams, jellies, and preserves. Today’s Christmas in Lancaster County gift is a four-pack of these tasty spreads that includes Strawberry Preserves, Peach Jam, Seedless Blackberry Jam, and Apple Cinnamon Jelly.

Stop by the Scoop page on the Nation and leave a comment on the post with photo of the jams and jellies you see above for a chance to win a four-pack of some of the best spreads around!

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55 Responses to “Christmas in Lancaster County: A four-pack of jellies and jams!”

  1. SHIRLEY JOHNSON says:

    LOVE THE JARS . THE NAMES OF THE JAMS MAKES THEM SOUND SO TASTEY

  2. caroline of Manalapan says:

    You picked a fine collection of flavors for the prize. I expect there will be a lot of us trying to win it. If it not me I want to congratulate the winner.

    By the way you should have a poll on the new Iced Tea bottles. At my house we miss the handle but like its clarity.

  3. Janet Dietrick says:

    They would go perfect with melted butter on toasted english muffins.

  4. Claudia says:

    Yummy on pancakes !

  5. Mike Swope says:

    The Kitchen Kettle Village store is awesome. They have great jams, jellies, and salsas.

  6. janet murray says:

    yummy yum yum, good for the tum(my)

  7. Frank says:

    Get the bread ready.

  8. Bob Kessler Jr says:

    Those flavors sound great. I would put them on my bagel for breakfast.

  9. MC says:

    Wonderful! On top of ice cream? Could be the start of something new.

  10. Nancy Whiting says:

    All of these flavors sound delicious, but the Peach Jam sounds particularly Delish!! Wish I had some for breakfast right now.

  11. mary ann herrmann says:

    …how sweet it is!! as always, thank YOU (all) at TH. Merry
    Christmas.

  12. Count me in for your drawing. We use jams and jellies every morning.

  13. Sue says:

    Been to Lancaster & The Village, several times,, always bring home jellies & jams & lots of other goodies they make there! Always a fun trip!

  14. Denise says:

    I love Kitchen Kettle Village!! I try to go at least once a year. They have the best jams and jelly. I love all the shops in the Village!!!Nothing goes better with vanilla ice cream than berry jam topping!!!!!

  15. sue frantz says:

    Every flavor sounds delicious–Kitchen Kettle makes great jams and jellies–can’t go wrong with any of their flavors!!

  16. Rachel says:

    These look delicious! Would love to win.

  17. sue hulme says:

    My family has moved to many different states and cities in the last 20 years. However, we all consistently say that Lancaster Pa was the best place of all we found to be home! So glad to stay connected with Turkey Hill, which of course is another one of our favorites

  18. Melynda Rockey says:

    Those four would be a year’s supply for me.

  19. Cheryl W says:

    I love the assortments at Kitchen Kettle Village

  20. Debra Rusovick says:

    My grandma used to used jelly to make her famous thumbprint cookies. I think these flavors would be wonderful.

  21. CeeBee says:

    These will taste delicious on my morning rice cakes!

  22. Elaine Garfield says:

    Break out he waffies and pancakes, it is time for pigfest!!

  23. Strawberry Preserves on a toasted Waffle. And a cup of Hot Chocolate Instant love!

  24. janice fitch says:

    Sometimes those of us that live in Lancaster County take these things for granted. When we get out of town guests, they always want jam and jelly from Kitchen Kettle. It is a fun place to shop.

  25. RonF says:

    What a great selection. The varied flavors would insure that one wouldn’t get tired of any single fruit jam. They would be good on any breakfast carb.

  26. Donna L. Keller says:

    They all sound good to me, and you can put them on Pancakes, waffles, bread, muffins. YUM! YUM!

  27. JOAN says:

    I BEEN TO THE KITCHEN KETTLE VILLAGE NUMBERS OF TIMES IT,S A
    GREAT PLACE TO SHOP I LOVE IT THERE

  28. Amy says:

    Yum, yum, yum – sounds delicious!

  29. Phyllis Jutt says:

    I love the look & would love all those flavors! YUMMY!

  30. Charlotte Ramlow says:

    would love to win jam, a great treat

  31. gianna says:

    Blackberry is my all time favorite jam!

  32. lee carr says:

    when I visit Lancaster, I go for the food and the fun and treats like these jellies are part of both

  33. Cathy says:

    Every year we go to Lancaster on our “Girlfriends Weekend”, we stay at a B & B at the Kitchen Kettle Village. We always stop and buy Jam and other jarred items they sell to take home for Gifts for family & friends. The Jam is so good!!!

  34. Robin Ames says:

    These look nice, although I’m not a huge peach fan!

  35. Jim in SOMD says:

    Confusion reigns! The post states that we need to go to the Scoop page on the Nation in order to be eligible for a chance to win a four-pack of some of the best spreads around. So does this post by the members just so we are possibly able to receive a regular, normal prize, or are we also able to have a chance to win a four-pack of some of the best spreads around?

  36. JANET says:

    i have been to kitchen kettle many times ,it’s worth the trip .i go twice a year . all these jams/jellies are very tasty .

  37. CHRISTINE says:

    JUST LOVE VISITING LANCASTER COUNTY. TRY AND GET THERE TWICE A YEAR. IT’S A SPRING AND FALL VACATION FOR MY SISTER AND ME. LOVE THE SHOPPING AT THE OUTLETS AND OF COURSE WE ALWAYS GO TO KITCHEN KETTLE. LOVE THE JELLIES,COOKIES AND OTHER YUMMY THINGS THEY SELL.

  38. enid portnoy says:

    Adding flavor with Turkey Hill products is easy.Variety is associated with Turkey Hill.

  39. Joan says:

    Very interesting gift. Great County. Love to visit there.

  40. Paula Sauder says:

    All 4 flavors sound delicious!

  41. wendy lee klenetsky says:

    My family and I have been coming to Lancaster at least twice a year, and
    it’s not “an Amish trip” unless we first stop at KITCHEN KETTLE VILLAGE.
    We love EVERY SINGLE jam and jelly we’ve bought there!

  42. Marion says:

    Always keep a little jelly in the frig. Would love more.

  43. Sarah says:

    YUM! I would love to have these to put on my English Muffins.

  44. Jay says:

    Would love to get those for the winter. Would store them in my pantry, and they would remind me of summer, ice cream season as I use them.

  45. Brenda Brooks says:

    I would love to have them. They would be my Christmas present from Turkey hill. I have been a fan member for many years now. Like over twenty five years now. Still a fan. Love Turkey hill ice cream.

  46. Mary Anne Powell says:

    All I can say is YUMMY!!!

  47. Karen says:

    We LOVE blackberry jelly so fingers crossed.

  48. Love Kitchen Kettle jams , jellies, butters, spreads, salsas,marinara, pickels, relishes!!

  49. Betty says:

    love to try them all

  50. A four-pack of jellies and jams!

  51. Wanda Conrad says:

    I would love to try them!

  52. Md Nayeem says:

    oh! they are just yummmm….

  53. pat says:

    I have been to the village in Lancaster and they are a fun place. Would love the jellies

  54. Carol says:

    Would you believe I’ve never had peach jam?! This would be a great introduction!

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