Whether you're an expert jam maker, or have never tested for a setting stage in your life, this section includes some fantastic preserves that will be mouthwatering additions to the storecupboard... if they last that long!
This is from 'First steps in Winemaking' by C. J. J. Berry (Editor, the Amateur Winemaker).
"…and you must try this most unusual and astonishing wine … produces a light, dry wine of superb quality, hard as that may be to believe!"
A recipe by Glenys Gibson, from a book called Best Kept secrets of the WI........ not anymore!
This mincemeat can be used straight away without waiting for it to mature
by Top Conker
Quite simply, the best accompaniment to any curry.
by Top Conker
As I love trying to make BIR styly curries, this was the next step as an accompaniment. The recipe comes from a web site specialising in this style of restaurant curries.
Serves 8 Re-produced from a Christmas magazine from about 4 years ago). I think you could do this a couple of days before if you wanted it for yourself to let it mature. Not quite sure how long it would last for gifts but if you followed the sterlisa
I make this every year , it is truly delicious
A lovely crispy (how does it go crunchy!?) side salad.
A good few ingredients but out of this world
by Crafty Cookie
A tastier version of apricot jam, perfect for using instead of jam in any recipe. Very handy when you wish to make jam out of season.
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