This is a very special jelly - the only accompaniament for venison at Christmas
The cloves are ground with the mustard seeds to make a warm, intense, aromatic mustard
If your son is anything like mine, you will have to hide these until they have matured!
Make this lovely sauce and breakfast will never be the same again
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
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
Lovely plums, evocative of the end of the Summer holidays, and back to school in my mind - looking forward to Christmas
Quintessentially English, a late Summer classic, incomparable flavour to enjoy with cheese
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!
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