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oldchippy
Hi Kate do you think this ketchup will catch on,
Oldchippy.
flowering rose

well I heard you can use Hawthorn berries but as a ketchup that's novel.Do let me have the recipe.I make a lot of jams and jellies from wild fruit so would be interested to know.

This sounds great, I used to make 'Rowan-berry' jelly when I lived in Suffolk and in Sussex. The Rowan-berry is also high in anti-oxidants. Rose-hip Jelly is also delicious and very easy, same principle as making a fruit preserve/cheese. Mary Berry's recipes are useful for foragers.
Kate Bradbury
Thanks for your comments! I think it will catch on oldchipy, why not?

The recipe is here, flowering rose: http://www.cottagesmallholder.com/forum/jam-chutney-preserves/hawthorn-ketchup/

Thanks for the tip, gingercookie!

Kate

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