Written by Simon Mitchell

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For this jam recipe I used about 2 pounds of fresh Tayberries with a quarter pint of water (and a couple of Strawberries thrown in). Let it simmer for a few minutes, add 2 pounds of sugar and stir until it dissolves, then addrepparttar pectin and a knob of butter, get it to a rolling boil for a few minutes and pour into sterilised jars, and seal.

It won't last until winter as my son keeps eating it, and so do I.

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Cool Summer Gazpacho

Written by Tim Sousa

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Roughly choprepparttar tomato, cucumber, onion, garlic, and jalapenos, and add them all to a mixing bowl.

Addrepparttar 147721 rest ofrepparttar 147722 ingredients torepparttar 147723 mixing bowl, and mix together.

In batches, pureerepparttar 147724 mixture in a blender, and transfer to another mixing bowl.

Coverrepparttar 147725 bowl with plastic and place inrepparttar 147726 refrigerator for a few hours to letrepparttar 147727 flavors blend.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream, and a little bit of fresh cilantro and chives, to garnish.

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