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An alternative to the usual seville orange marmalade, although still based on citrus fruit.
A sweet onion marmalade with the added interest of caraway seeds, or try substituting a few rosemary sprigs for the caraway.
A sweet preserve,with a slight hint of woodiness from the rosemary. The leek taste comes through, so an interesting variation on onion marmalade.
Ideal with local English cheeses, grilled goats cheese or baked hallomi.
An easy recipe for spiced pickled onions which doesn't involve soaking the onions in brine. Makes either soft or crunchy onions.
A warming winter drink using fresh apples, cinnamon and vodka, needs a minimum of 3 weeks to mature.
A sweet spiced pickling vinegar ideal for making pickled onions, or use for adding to chutneys.
A spicy pickling vinegar for use making pickled onions or for adding to chutneys.
An easy to make alternative to shop bought mincemeat, which tastes better and works out cheaper.
Uses bramley apples.
Preserved lemons are often used in North African cooking, try the rind diced in couscous and pasta dishes or in risotto.
This light coloured, fruity chutney would make a great Christmas chutney, ideal for cheeses and cold meats.
An excellent zesty marmalade, the recipe can be adapted to any combination of orange, lemons or limes.
This easy method of making marmalade removes a lot of the hard work and produces a delicious dark preserve.