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Spicy Blood Orange Chutney

As the longest January on record (fact) finally bids us farewell, marmalade season is still in full swing. We all know that my fondness of marmalade could rival Paddington himself, but even I have to (very reluctantly) set a limit on how many jars of it I make. Even with a pantry full of lemon, …

Autumn Chutney

Odds & sods, that’s what my kitchen is currently full of. To be more specific, I’ve got a lot of odd fruits & veggies from the garden as thing’s begin to wind down for the Autumn & new thing’s begin to take on life. A glut of autumnal apples, the last of the ripening tomatoes, …

Beetroot Chutney

We’re nearly at the end of Summer here in the UK & my garden is really delivering the goods, giving a great return on my efforts way back in the Spring. Some crops have really thrived, either that or I simply grew too much… probably the latter! But with each bursting harvest comes a new …

Pineapple & Chilli Chutney

If I could live off of a diet that consisted entirely of bread, cheese & jam alone then I would die a happy woman, albeit a little chunky & bunged up but happy nonetheless. It’s a little unconventional though, to eat a meal consisting of just one of these things, everything needs a partner, an …

Tomato Chutney

Tomatoes… they comes in a whole array of size, colours & there are so many varieties that they run into the thousands! Technically a fruit but most often used a vegetable in savoury dishes, most tomatoes have a sweet, gently tangy flavour which tastes just as good raw as it does cooked. This year, I’ve …

Apple Chutney

The season has well & truly changed, the long, mild days of summer are but a distant memory as we turn our thoughts to chunky knits & wonder when to put the heating back on. With Autumn comes a whole new season of produce, not just pumpkins & root vegetables but also apples & pears. …

Chilli & Apricot Chutney

SWEET KICKS Green fingers is something that I seem to have developed as I’ve aged. I’ve discovered the joy & sense of pride that comes from keeping my plants alive, growing my own food & generally adding a bit of colour into the garden & home (I’ve become a real proud plant mama). One of …