They sell gigantic and often tasteless strawberries all year round at the supermarket, but when the local farmers start wheeling and dealing these heavenly berries, I go insane. Often over $4 per pint, local strawberries seem pricey, but they are so worth it because they taste like they have been ripened in the sun not like they have been sitting in the refrigerator section of the produce isle. There are so many things you can do with these little treasures.
Slowly bring ingredients to a boil then fast boil it, stirring often, for 40 minutes until it passes the jam test. Hot water boil for 10-15 minutes in sterilized ball jars.
Here are some other recipes using Strawberries:
A Greenpoint Kitchen: Rhubard & Strawberry Tart
theKitchn: No Bake Strawberry Ice Box Cake
Brooklyn Supper: Strawberry Lime Cake
Jello Mold Mistress: Strawberry Pretzel Salad
Fresh From Brooklyn: Sweet Strawberry Vinaigrette Over Spicy Greens
Tes at Home: Strawberry Pickle
Food Vibe: Strawberry Avocado Salsa
Joy The Baker: Strawberry Coffee Cake
Taste For Adventure: Strawberry Kale Smoothie