When visiting my grandma in Calgary I always come home with a bunch of jams. This time, I got blueberry jam, blackberry jam, rhubarb jam, and marmalade. I also got something I’ve never tried before, banana jam! Oh, it was so good.
Eating it feels so good I just had to jam out. Pun intended. I remembered how I helped repair my grandma’s washer, and jammed out even more because it feels good to help people.
But what’s the Canadian way to jam? Of course, you need to throw a bit of maple syrup in the mix. But that’s not all. You also got to listen to good Canadian jams like Constant Craving by Lang or Snowbird by Anne Murray. That’s how you jam with jam the Canadian way!