It's time for me to start thinking about Christmas gifts, and wine jelly is at the top of my list. I believe this may be the simplest jelly I've ever made. It's definitely easy enough for a first jelly, and makes a great gift.
If you know and like pepper jellies, you will probably enjoy this Green Tomato and Chili Jelly. In spite of being hot, is has a very subtle, slightly refreshing taste and is perfect paired with delicately seasoned dishes.
One of the best fruits of summer, Peaches, are enhanced by the delicate floral notes of honey and the hint of Bergamot in Earl Grey Tea. For some reason I can't get Do-Re-Mi from Sound of Music out of my head...
If you want to feel like creating a new texture with the same flavours, mix the pickled peppers' ingredients, thicken them with pectin and create an original, aromatic spread for sandwiches, toasts and grilled meats.
Although red currants are found in forests all over Europe, their acidic taste means that their use remains marginal, except in jams and jellies. Red currant jelly is nonetheless a great companion to game meat. It's time to make your own!