Raspberry jam is surprisingly versatile
We’d love this tangy spread even if all it did was perk up toast and complement peanut butter. But happily, the little red jar is a culinary overachiever, delivering a pop of flavor to both sweet and—yes!—savory dishes. Use the jam (sometimes called preserves) to brighten a glaze for grilled pork or make a delicious no-cook filling for crumb bars. On the breakfast front, it adds a mellow fruitiness to waffle batter and, when gently warmed, serves as a luscious (dare we say superior?) stand-in for maple syrup.