Ease into weekend cooking with no-bake slices for the family.
Before you bid summer goodbye, turn nectarines into jam to enjoy this sweet stone fruit all year long. Cooked nectarines taste delicious with vanilla and almond liqueur in this sweet, rosy nectar.
Serve this spiced rhubarb chutney with grilled pork cutlets and green salad. It also works as part of a cheese board.
Why not make fresh marmalade from scratch and serve for an extra special morning treat?
Celebrate the luck of the Irish with this quick and easy Irish cream fudge that will wow tastebuds.
Preserve fresh fruit to enjoy year-round in this modern strawberry and rhubarb jam.
A miniature grater and little tasting cups complete this gift of Italian lemon liqueur.
This traditional recipe has many names, including Rumtopf after the German stone jar it was made in and Old Boys' Jam after the boarders who took it with them to Eton College in England.
This sweet chilli and capsicum gift idea is one that everyone will 'relish'.