Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Elderberry chutney, a feast of fall foraging.
Rhubarb, mango and lots of amazing spices for a chutney that you'll want on everything.
A spiced plum chutney with peaches apples, prunes and loads of warm spices. Perfect with pork and chicken or served with cheddar or Stilton as part of a cheese plate.
A combo of fresh and dried figs makes for an intense "figgy" flavor in my fig chutney.
A summery chutney that tastes like Christmas. Plums, tomatoes, and granny smith apples are paired with apple cider vinegar and honey. Throw in some spices, stir, and you’re golden.
A delicious Fall favorite, this tangy roasted pear chutney pairs fabulously with any grilled or roasted meat, or simply on crackers with blue cheese or so.
A punchy rhubarb chutney with red onion, warm spices, raisins and cranberries. The perfect accompaniment for meat or cheese and crackers.
This fresh plum chutney is flavored with ginger, garlic, rice wine vinegar, honey and chili - perfect alongside grilled fish or chicken.
Grilled mango nectarines drizzled with this delicious Indian sweet tamarind chutney that is sweet, tart and spicy!
Having deposited a bucket’s worth of peaches with my parents, I decided to make chutney with what remained, and what a chutney it was.
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