You’ve gotten into some pretty sticky situations in your time. Here’s how to keep yourself out of a jam. Rock Island Yum’s delicious apricot, nectarine, plum, and peach fruit spreads are made with less than half the amount of sugar found in traditional jellies, jams, and preserves. Hence Jerry Pipitone — owner of the five-acre Pipitone Farm in Rock Island, Washington — decided to adopt the label Yum for his jars of goodness. Pipitone has been an organic farmer for 31 years, so you won’t find any unidentifiable ingredients in wife Andrea’s recipe. Now be fruitful and buy multiples. Available at A Caprice Kitchen, 1418 Northwest 70th Street (206-371-2886 or capricekitchen.com); Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., University District Farmers Market, University Way Northeast and 50th Street (seattlefarmersmarkets.org).