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Hannah Taylor

From an early age I can always remember both my grandmothers and my mother making chutneys and jams.  Despite the fact that we lived in town, as a family we would drive to the local pick-your-own fruit farm and pick seasonally the fruits that were on offer.  Today of course this has become terribly trendy, but to us it was the norm!

 

Having married a dairy farmer, and finding myself with some ground to work with, apple trees and fruit bushes were the first crops planted.  When not milking the cows, I began to use well-worn family recipes and, as the family grew, they too picked fruit and veg for us all to bottle and jar.  Now, as well as feeding the family, I stock the farm shop with more than twenty-five varieties of jams and chutneys using home and local grown produce.

Company: 
Lower Dairy Farm, Nayland
Courses by this Tutor
  • 8 September 2018
    10 - 4.30
    £90 inc. home-made lunch, biscuits & cakes etc.

    Learn some tricks of the trade from professional jam-maker Hannah Taylor!  (Click on her name to see more about her.)

    On this one-day course, you will make a raspberry jam and a beetroot chutney, and learn the principles of jam-making and bottling along the way.

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