SmlSave wrote: »
I've reboiled my jam and it still hasn't set but it is scrummy I'm sure people won't mind loose strawberry jam.
My lemonbalm gin knocks your socks off! the tayberry gin has been joined by raspberry vodka and rhubard vodka which are all nice pink colours and need to be strained this weekend.
I'm thinking I need to get hold of some small bottles to be able to given them as gifts and as such all my family and work collegues are letting me have any they have.
I've also got some raspberry vinegar on the go - can't wait to taste it!
fly_dragon_fly wrote: »
can someone direct me to a really simple how to make jam, i'm getting married in December and to skint to spend £50 on every parent and grandparent then you have the brothers and the girlfriends blah blah blah
found some goregous bags http://www.islepac.co.uk/gift-packaging/jute-two-window-mini-bags.html which are really cheap but look posh so will give them those and them make them all button hearts haha
help help help! x
How do you do your raspberry vodka? Do you just pop the raspberries in the bottles with the vodka or do you use some sweets?
SmlSave wrote: »
Hi kms I fill up a sterlised jar with fruit, cover with sugar and then add the vodka. Its gets shaken almost everyday for 3 weeks and then strained and stored. The fruit gets made into a pie. hic
No idea bout uncooked chutney Angela, sorry.
wssla00 wrote: »
Why not make some seville marmalade? I made some of this from the tins of prepared seville oranges you get by the jams in the supermarkets for £1.99. I made about ten jars from that and a bag of sugar. Supposedly it's very nice but I don't know as I don't like marmalade!
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