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?
Have a surplus of apples this fall? Turn them into dulce de manzana, an apple version of the Spanish quince paste membrillo. This recipe finishes in the oven to avoid that annoying jam spatter.
Plum Cheese with lime, pepper and vanilla, a flavoursome addition to any cheese board and a great foodie gift too.
Blackcurrant and rosemary fruit cheese with rich red wine, turns blackcurrant jam into a real grown-up treat
Making membrillo (quince paste) at home--a virtual trip to Spain!
The Brits are crazy about fruit cheeses. Americans are most familiar with quince paste, but you can make it from all kinds of fruit. It’s called “cheese” because you can slice it due to its hard-set consistency.
Take a walk on the wild side. It is all about consistency; jams you dollop but cheeses you slice.