Courtesy of Amy Crowell
Jeanice Zinsmeyer, my grandparents' longtime D'Hanis, Texas, neighbor, makes this jelly every year. Adapted from Claudia Abbey Ball's recipe, it turns a beautiful honey-brown color and is perfect for spreading over toast or biscuits.
Note: One gallon of mesquite beans will be more than enough to make 3 c. mesquite bean juice. You'll find different answers about how many beans you'll need—it varies because you can produce a strong-flavored juice or a weaker flavored juice. Just make su
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