Sweet and naturally aromatic, this jam is delicious on soda bread and also makes an excellent glaze for a roast or barbeque. Apricots were first cultivated in China before 2000 BC, then spread westwards by ancient silk traders.
Our farm was a favourite spot for local raspberry picking, so the aroma of this jam brings back many memories. First cultivated by the ancient Greeks, raspberries are actually a member of the rose family.
Made with fresh ginger and whole cinnamon, this combination is the best one you’ll ever try – it’s the staff favorite at York Street Kitchen. It is versatile and works well as a condiment for meats and cheeses.
Simply flavored, with the mellowing character of onions, this chutney also has just a hint of heat from jalapeno peppers. A perfect pairing with any kind of cheese – and of course inside a grilled cheese too.