Highway Highlands Farm’s base of operations

suffered a catastrophic structure fire and

all new jam & jelly production has ceased

for the foreseeable future. And now, thanks to the

generosity of our many devoted friends and customers

who snapped up all the remaining inventory,

we are completely sold out of everything.

(That didn’t take long…)

Watch this space for news about us as we

regroup and figure out our next steps.


Bless you and thanks again,


Our favorite Sous Chef says most problems in the kitchen come from using recipes. (?) Well, excuuuse us! Maybe if you’re a professional chef working in a commercial kitchen all day, everyday, you just know how much stuff to throw in the pot. Horsefeathers! We think recipes are a great place to start! Then, after you’ve made the concoction a few times, a little experimentation won’t be scary at all! Scroll down for some tasty ideas we’ve tried using Highway Highlands Farm’s jams and preserves. Bon Appetite!

Highway Highlands Farm Garlic Onion Pizza

• 1 – 12″ pre-made thin pizza crust (such as Boboli )
• 3 Tablespoons Highway Highlands Farm Garlic Jelly
• 1/2 cup caramelized onions
• 1/2 cup Blue Cheese crumbles
(or substitute goat, feta or your favorite cheese)

1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
2. Spread Highway Highlands Farm Garlic Jelly over pizza crust.
3. Spoon caramelized onions onto pizza.
4. Sprinkle cheese over the onions.
5. Bake 8-10 minutes, or until cheese is melted and jam bubbles.

Highway Highlands Farm Orange Marmalade Cocktail

Prep time: 5 minutes
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Serving Size: 1 Cocktail

Though many of us tend to stick with a large dose of coffee before work, back in the 19th and early 20th century, a morning tipple was rather common, and it certainly didn’t seem to hamper productivity during the Industrial Revolution.
The Marmalade Cocktail was first published in Harry Craddock’s Savoy Cocktail Book in 1930, noting, “Should there be no fog, take as preventatives lest there should be fog in the course of the day.” Originally, the drink did not call for Campari, but I prefer the addition.
Delicious, citrusy and refreshing, this drink certainly provides a quick wake-up call. Most people would likely prefer to sip with their weekend brunch, but don’t feel ashamed if you break from better judgement once in a while and suddenly find yourself with a brighter workday.


2 ounces Gin
1 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce Campari
2 teaspoons Highway Highlands farm Orange Marmalade
2 dashes Orange Bitters


Combine ingredients and shake, strain over a chilled coupe.
Garnish with orange peel.