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Sterilizing jars

Sterilizing your jars or cans is very important to ensure the maximum shelf-life of your preserves. It’s fairly quick and can be done in a multitude of ways, so make sure your jars are prepped and ready. TIP: If bottling hot food, try and time your sterilizing process to end when your food is ready to […]

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Turning a Glut into Chutney

Turning a Glut into Chutney

Starting a vegetable garden is in many ways like having your first child; so much attention is paid to the pregnancy and birth that once that bit is out of the way you suddenly realise you have something you have to look after, tend and pay attention to for a very long time. It might […]

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River Cottage Squash, Tomato and Apple Chutney

This recipe is adapted from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s ‘Glutney’ recipe in the book The River Cottage Year. It will make roughly ten jars, depending of course on the size of the jars. Ingredients: 1kg squash – courgettes, pumpkin or butternut, peeled and diced into 1cm cubes 1kg red or green tomatoes, scalded, skinned and roughly chopped […]

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