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Author: admin, 16.08.2015. Category: Organic Fertilizer

12 oz (350g) blackcurrants, redcurrants and blueberries 4 oz (110 g) of each or any other combination you like. Then warm up the remaining 5 fl oz (150 ml) wine mixture and pour it over the surface of the terrine. When I was 17 and leaving home to go to university, my mum gave me a copy of Delia’s Complete Cookery Course.
Take 2lb of redcurrants, and don’t bother removing them from the stalks (hooray for minimum faff).
Strain through a muslin jelly bag (whilst listening to Radio 4 and thinking that you’re a domestic goddess).
Put it into spotless, warmed jars (straight from dishwasher or put in the oven on low for 5 mins) and cover with a disc of jam paper stuff.
I think we should see you do this on video next time – you could lick the spoon like Nigella.
I suspect that redcurrants are one of those things (like raspberries) that are hideously expensive to buy in real life but which grow like weeds in the garden. Sadly we don’t have a video camera, so the world is saved the horror of me simultaneously making jam, drinking tea, tweeting on the iPhone and vlogging.
Redcurrants and blackcurrants are good ones to start with – mine are horribly neglected, but they always produce loads of fruite every year. Ah, I’ve said it on several blogs this week already but I am totally in awe of people who manage to get things INTO jars. Jam is one of those things which seems like a huge faff but isn’t, and it makes you feel all virtuous and smug afterwards. I love Delia too – my first mother in law bought me a copy of the Complete Cookery Course so I did not poison her son. Amy and I had a great time though - munching on strawberries and raspberries as we picked them, looking at the different stages the fruit goes through as it develops and generally enjoying the time together.
Let me just say that Delia Smith's recommended 8 minutes for boiling it up didn't work for us - it was more like 20 minutes and then I wasn't sure if it would set.

The resulting jam probably wouldn't win any prizes but it certainly tastes sweet to me because mixed in there with the fruit and the sugar are some very special memories of some rare mother and daughter time - a simple activity for sure but then often those are the best.
If you'd like to know about availability of finished items or patterns please see 'Things that I am often asked' below. Then mix the fruits together in a large bowl, being very gentle so as to avoid bruising them. This is an unashamed copy of a recipe by Delia Smith, with very few modifications of my own, as she gives such great ideas and suggestions on how to make this elegant and LOW fat dessert. My previous attempt at Summer Pudding was utterly disgusting (although the concept of bread + fruit = delicious is a bit alien to me) so I had to find something yummy to do with them.
She is like a slightly eccentric aunt, and becoming more so with age when you see her on television. I saw some redcurrants and stuff on a farmer’s market stall today (as I live in the city and no allotment or garden) but they seemed really expensive.
My jar collection lies dusty in the cellar and even when I have a go I end up with stuf all over the work top instead. I have been a Delia follower all my adult life too – and collect cookbooks all the time…but who do I always go back to when I want to know the real way to do something?
I remember happy afternoons from my own childhood when we used to go berry picking every year (and chestnut gathering in autumn, snowdrop and bluebell spotting in late winter and spring). Because it was such a rare and special time we ended up picking more berries than we needed and so when we got home I thought we'd have a go at making jam. Although I make every effort to replyto all emails and comments it isn't always possible to do so.
In a small saucepan heat half the rosé wine till it begins to simmer, then whisk the sugar and gelatine into it. Now lay a sheet of clingfilm over the tin, place the other tin directly on top, then put two unopened tins of tomatoes or something similar to act as weights into the top tin and put the whole lot into the fridge for about 1 hour, or until it has set. When you are ready to serve, turn out the terrine by dipping the tin very briefly in hot water and inverting it on to a plate.

The directions may seem long-winded, but they are really just useful tips on how to weight the terrine down overnight.
Her instructions are idiot proof (very handy for a teenager transplanted from home to a strange boarding house in Northern Ireland) and encouraging. Most of my guilt stems from the fact that of my 2 children Toby gets by far the most attention and often Amy has to make do with very little of my time and misses out on activities that we'd do as a family if we had 2 'normal' children. I found that there was a pick-your-own farm nearby and so Amy and I set off for a wee bit of quality mum and daughter time.
Make sure that everything has dissolved completely before adding the remaining wine and the lime juice.
Love your blog by the way and have also just found your running blog – I raise my hat to you, you marathon runner you! The summer hols are especially difficult for her as she has to cope with the worst of both worlds - she's not an only child and so doesn't get maximum available adult attention, she has a brother but he's not a playmate. I was surprised that it was virtually deserted there and that they had strawberries rotting on the plants - obviously times have changed since I was little and berry picking just isn't very popular.
Fruit juice can be used if this is being served to children or to anyone who does not drink alcohol - I suggest a red fruit juice. I remember when How to Eat came out, I used to sit in bed feeding no1 and reading it like a novel.
We are beginning to look into some kind of respite but it's early stages and I know I am going to struggle leaving my incredibly vulnerable and precious boy in the care of someone else for more than a few hours.
Anyway, at the moment we make do by splitting our family down the middle and doing separate activities - one of us stays at home for tickles and bouncing with Toby while the other takes Amy out.

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