Tag Archives: cider recipe
Posted on July 5, 2010 by Jim C.
Forget the original Pimm’s that is enjoyed at all the finest sporting events across the UK. I spotted this recipe in the Mendip Times during a recent visit to Somerset. A Mendip version of recipe created by John the Chef from Fernhill Farm. We haven’t made it yet, but if you do please let us [...]
Posted on December 14, 2009 by Jim C.
This is a recipe that I learnt of recently whilst visiting Stowe, a ski area of Vermont, and this dish will certainly warm you up after a day on the slopes. Ingredients 2 pints of chicken stock 1 pint of cider or apple juice 340 g potatoes 2 tbsp vegetable oil 1 small onion, chopped [...]
Posted on November 4, 2009 by Jim C.
Not familiar with quince? It’s a hard fruit that looks sort of like a cross between an apple and a pear. Most varieties you can’t eat raw, only cooked. They cook up pink and have a wonderful sweet floral aroma. Like apples and pears, they’re in season during autumn. Quince paste is practically the national [...]
Posted on February 5, 2009 by Jim C.
Mulled cider, like mulled wine, has become a winter tradition in many peoples lives. This warm, comforting drink is easy to prepare and is best shared with friends either indoors or outdoors round an open fire. Ingredients: 4 pints of still, dry farmhouse cider 3 apples – washed, cored and sliced 2 oranges, washed and [...]