You’ll find my jars in stockists around Dorset.
Wherever possible we use locally grown and/or sourced ingredients. For example the gooseberries for the Spicy Goosegog Chutney are grown in my garden or a local allotment, just down the road.
A sweet, warm chutney full of Asian spices, ideal with cheese, splendid with a curry!
Red Pepper and Chilli Jam
A savoury jam that has a wonderful red hue. Spiked with Spanish smoked paprika, this jam goes well with cheeses or cold meats. I also use this in stir fry dishes where the recipe calls for sweet chilli sauce.
Caramelised Red Onion Marmalade
A savoury marmalade made of caramailsed red onions, cooked in red wine and balsamic vinegars until glossy, sweet and sticky. Great with goats cheese.
Spiced Beetroot and Orange Chutney
Sweet and earthy this ruby coloured chutney is ideal with cheese, especially cheddar, pork chops and roasted vegetables.
Smokey Tomato Chutney
This is a smokey, spicy and sweet chutney that goes well on burgers, pork pie and chargrilled steaks. Ideal for the summer.
Spiced Apple, Date and Ginger Chutney
A mildly spicy, tasty and tangy chutney, which is perfect for cheese and cold meat sandwiches.
Chutters for Cheese
The combination of dried dates, prunes, apricots, figs, sultanas and raisins with a hint of cayenne pepper makes this the perfect chutney for cheese!
This is a fabulously sweet and hot chutney with a freshness from the mangoes that goes so well with cheese as well as with a curry.
Cooking sauces and recipes
Dorset Real Ale Chutney
Crispy vegetables and a wonderfully intense mustard sauce makes this the perfect piccalilli for that pork pie, scotch egg or ploughmans!
Goosegog and Pink Peppercorn Chutney
Sharp, sweet, sour and tangy with heat from the peppercorns, fabulous with cheese but amazing with smoked mackerel.
Dorset Naga Chilli Sauce
Home grown Dorset Naga Chillis are used in this extremely hot tomato based sauce! Plently of flavour then HEAT!
Spicy Plum Ketchup
A warm plummy ketchup which is divine on a bacon buttie!
Honey, Orange and Mustard Dressing
The recipe may be mine, but inspiration for this sauce comes from my Mum….use as a dressing or as a marinade.