This is a very special jelly - the only accompaniament for venison at Christmas
Nothing like the bright red sticky cherries found in cocktails - these are deep, dark and dangerous!
These lemons are traditionally used in Middle Eastern cooking but are a delicious addition to any casserole or stew
This wonderfully fragrant vinegar is fantastic in salad dressings or drizzled over salmon before baking in the oven
This is a sweetened version of Raspberry Vinegar traditionally poured over Yorkshire Pudding, it is also delicious with hot water added and taken as a soothing drink
So easy to make, citrus cordials are absolutely unlike anything commercially produced
A dark, unctious, glossy chutney just perfect with Christmas buffets
A sweetened version of blackcurrant vinegar with the added depths provided by fresh bay
More of a mustard pickle, this traditional Italian preserve is surprising, delicious and addictive!
A boozy, delicious jar of plums all ready to be served with good ice-cream, pavlova, cream and/or shortbread
A beautifully warming drink, especially made with hot water and maybe a little of what you fancy!
Fruit cordials are really easy to make and you will never go back to shop bought again - great for children or grandchildren - they love them!
Add a spoonful or two to soups, stews, gravies or casseroles for that 'je ne sais quoi!'
Don't waste the gin sodden sloes - remove the stones, chop and mix with dark melted chocolate for some unusual after dinner sweetmeats
I went blackberrying as a child, I took my children, and now my grandchildren - the definition of a timeless classic
Quintessentially English, a late Summer classic, incomparable flavour to enjoy with cheese
Gingered Up with coriander, cardomom, black pepper and fresh ginger this chutney is hot and fruity!
Dark and dangerous - these figs are very moreish! Use leftover balsamic to drizzle over salad or bruschetta