The country has gone crazy for foraging.
There are delights to be found in every hedgerow, at this time of year. Blackberries, raspberries and everything in-between.
If you don’t fancy foraging produce, Tracklements has done the hard work for you with its new vegan and gluten-free Special Edition English Hedgerow Chutney.
The chutney is packed with juicy damsons grown in Worcestershire, tangy Bramley apples from Kent and blackberries from Scotland, it’s beautifully balanced with a careful blend of subtle spices including ginger and nutmeg for an aromatic warmth.
Try on the side of cheeseboards and cold cuts, with smoked fish, pork chops, roast chicken or turkey.
It’s also a great addition for breakfast – simply mix with Greek yoghurt for a sweet treat on top of muesli – and even pudding; warm through and pour over ice cream or add a spoonful of brandy for a pancake topping.
RRP £3.75 for 190g from fine food delis and farm shops nationwide and online at www.tracklements.co.uk.
Picture: English Hedgerow Chutney Picture: Tracklements
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