Apple pear chutney recipes

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Apple and raisin cake

Apple and raisin cake

Many of our neighbours have their own fruit in the garden, and you often pass by a big crate of apples or pears (or quinces if you're lucky) outside someone's door, offering free fruit
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Rhubarb & apple jam...

Rhubarb & apple jam...

Apart from the obvious - that you save money when you make your own jam, chutneys etc. - 3 apples, pealed, cored and finely diced. Put your chopped rhubarb and diced apple into a big heavy-bottom pot with a lid, cover and simmer on a medium heat for about 1 hour, until rhubarb breaks down completely. Pear & apple butter 1 kg fresh rhubarb, washed (do not dry) and roughly chopped. 3 apples, pealed, cored and finely diced
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Eve’s Pudding

Eve’s Pudding

If you are short on apples, add some sultanas and / or another fruit such as blackberries or pears. I have enough Apple Chutney to keep me going through the winter, even after I have given some away as Christmas presents
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Organic October and Autumn Suppers: Bonfire Chilli with Beef, Chocolate and Pumpkin

Organic October and Autumn Suppers: Bonfire Chilli with Beef, Chocolate and Pumpkin

crisp mornings, misty mornings, crackling leaves, vibrant berries, Old Man’s Beard in tangled hedgerows, apples on damp grass, the smell of wood smoke, bonfires, woolly scarves, boots, red mittens, duffle coats, log fires, glistening dew covered cobwebs, pumpkins, candles, piles of books on the bedside table, crumpets, casseroles, dumplings, steamed puddings, the last rose of summer, fireworks, hot chocolate, fluffy duvets, tartan rugs, fireside suppers, Arran jumpers, wellies, toasting forks, hot buttered toast, soup, toffee apples, bright stars, wind, rain, cordite, robin redbreasts, orange and scarlet, gold and russet, big socks, sausages, tomato soup, cassoulet and chilli……
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