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|Bottling Fruit in Brandy2|
Cherries, plums, peaches and pears are great fruit for bottling in brandy.
|How to Make Jams2|
Jam making is the most popular way of preserving fruit. Few occupations in the kitchen are more absorbing or satisfying, where the end product is so much better than anything that can be bought in a shop. It is not difficult if you follow a few basic rules and it doesn’t need a lot of special equipment.
|How To Make Jellies2|
Jelly and jam making are very similar, although the former requires rather more time and care. The key to making a perfect, jewel-bright jelly is to ensure that all traces of pulp, skin and pips are completely eliminated, leaving only the fruit’s richly coloured and flavoured juices.
|How to Make Fruit Cheeses & Butters2|
Fruit cheeses and butters are intensely flavoured spreads made with a high proportion of fruit. Fruit cheeses are slowly simmered mixtures of ripe cooked fruit pulp and sugar. They are very fashionable again, usually served with a cheese platter and often accompanied by walnuts or bitter chocolate.
|How to Make Syrups & Juices2|
Use surplus garden produce to make cooked fruit juices and syrups. Syrups are a concentrated solution of fruit juice and sugar; juices have only a little sugar. The same types of fruit can be used – blackberries, loganberries, black and redcurrants, gooseberries, strawberries, rosehips, guavas, passionfruit, blood oranges and limes. Fresh fruit and vegetable juices are also delicious.
|How to melt chocolate in the microwave2|
Correct method for cooking chocolate in the microwave
|Choosing the best fruit2|
Save money by making the best purchasing choices possible. Often buying in bulk can work out much cheaper, such as trays of mangoes or boxes of oranges, so get together with friends or family to stretch the dollars further.
|Learn how to make lemon butter2|
Fruit butters are delicious on toast or warm scones, or spooned into little tartlet cases.
|How to Bake Bread2|
Making bread is simple: measure ingredients carefully, use the correct size of tin and check your oven temperature.
|Pasta Serving Tips2|
Simple and healthy partners for pasta.
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