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Chutneys - Confits - Jellies

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  1. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Cerise au Thym

    Black cherries are slowly cooked with thyme for a distinctive sour/sweet taste. Fresh goat or sheep’s cheeses make the perfect partners. You may also experiment a little and spread it on toast and add a slice of smoked duck (magret).


  2. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Fruits Secs

    There is a lovely delicate sweetness in this Confit de Fruits Secs. Stunning combination of pears, apricots with nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts and pistachios. It is ideal served with cheese but especially with blue cheese like Roquefort, Crozier Blue or Cashel Blue. You may also serve it with terrines, pâtés and cold meats.


  3. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Figue de Solliès

    The little black fig from Solliès in the Var region of the South of France is an AOC (Applellation d’Origine Contrôlée) and therefore a very regulated production. This confit is a perfect complement to foie gras. You may also try it with pork, duck and game. Cheeses with a strong character would pair well with it also.


  4. Confit d'Oignon Rosé de Roscoff

    The Roscoff onions AOC is a pink variety of onion that has made ​​the reputation of the small town of Roscoff in Northern Brittany. The finely chopped onions are slowly cooked in organic raw cane sugar before being added to wine, vinegar, sugar and spices. Uniquely savoury and sweet, this confit is perfect for red meats, cured meats, goat cheese, and burgers.


  5. Ferme du Letty - Chutney de Mangu

    This is the most famous chutneys from the Indian cuisine. Don't just use it to partner currys, try it also with cold meats and with sandwiches.


  6. Rosebud Preserves - Hot Mango Chutney

    A mainstay of Indian cuisine for years, this mango chutney is wonderfully tangy and spicy. Don't just use it to partner Indian meals, though - try it with cold meats and with sandwiches. Makes an excellent base for sauces, stews, and curries. Also great with crispy filo wrapped prawns.


  7. Sweet Cucumber pickle

    Simple, fresh, piquant and crisp. A treat with smoked salmon and cured meats.


  8. Rosebud - Spiced Plum Chutney

    A rich chutney that combines plums, apples and raisins with light spicing and is just perfect when partnered with ham, duck magret and cheese. This Spiced Plum Chutney is also a good little secret to crafting the perfect sandwiches!


  9. Albert Ménès - Confit de Fleurs de Violettes

    It is in the village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, North of Nice and at the foothills of the Alps that violets are predominantly cultivated in France. Violets of this quality - thanks to the careful and precise work of growers - are very sought after by confectioners. This preserve is made in Provence with 'Victoria' violets following a traditional recipe. It has a sweet, delicate flavour and its inimitable scent is absolutely natural as is its soft purple colour.
    The pots are taken one by one to complete the arrangement of flowers in the jar. The fragile violets are carefully hand picked and placed in each jar of jelly. Exquisite for breakfast and afternoon tea, on toast or scones. This jelly is absolutely natural, no artificial colours or flavours are added.


  10. Albert Ménès - Confit de Pétales de Rose

    This 'Confit de Pétales de Rose’ is a preserve made from rose petals from the ‘Centifolia’ variety also called Rose de Mai and it expresses the subtle flavours of this exceptional flower. The roses are hand harvested at dawn in the region of Grasse (Provence) during the month of May. The fragile petals are hand picked precisely one by one and placed in each jar of jelly. Exquisite for breakfast and afternoon tea, on toast or scones. This jelly is absolutely natural, no artificial colours or flavours are added. Its colour and fragrance are inimitable.


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