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|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.
Our resident food maestro Jill Dupleix dishes up oranges and lemons with a twist
|Preparing & Cooking Berries1|
Berries are a classic for pie fillings, fruit puddings or in jams and jellies- here are some cooking tips for preparing and cooking berries.
|Date and walnut cakeThis old-fashioned favourite is proof that you don't need to invent new recipes in order to eat healthily. Despite being very low in fat it has a lovely light, moist texture, thanks to the dried dates, and makes a pleasant alternative to a conventional fruit cake.||Garlicky tomato saladWhen tomatoes are at their peak of sweetness, this salad is particularly delicious. It's eye-catching too if you make it with a mixture of different-coloured tomatoes. New varieties are coming on the market all the time - look for yellow cherry tomatoes as well as small grape tomatoes.||Barbecued fruit parcelsThis easy dessert is perfect for a barbecue. Just place the parcels on the grill rack and turn occasionally. Almost any type of fruit can be cooked this way, so experiment with combinations and spices, depending what fruit is in season.||Melon boats with orange glazeFresh melon boats are the perfect refresher. A sweet-and-sour glaze gives the fruit unexpected zest and dresses it up for a summery lunch. This recipe is low in kilojoules and provides 7 g fibre per serving.||Fresh fruit muesliFresh muesli, moist from soaking and rich with juicy fruit, is a revelation to those who have only eaten dried muesli. It has the consistency of porridge with the freshness of raw ingredients. It makes a satisfying way to start the day.||Orange-glazed spatchcockSpatchcocks are small, meaty tender chickens. In this recipe they are glazed with a delicious orange-tea marmalade. In addition, a wealth of heart-healthy vitamins and minerals come in each spatchcock. Serve on a bed of wild rice.||Baked tomatoes and eggsMake this dish when vine-ripened tomatoes are at their finest. These are so delicious you may as well cook up a few extra.|
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