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!
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
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!