Roberto Said:Looking for Recipe for Haw Chutney?
We Answered:try this one..
A tart jelly made from hawthorn berries
Chef: Sally Wise
A gentleman asked about using the fruit of the hawthorn tree. Here's the way to make an excellent, if somewhat tart, jelly. That is, if you can find the fruit...
Hawthorn berries, sugar and water. Some people call them haw berries.
As well as jelly, I read the fruit also makes a good liqueur. This could truly be used for medicinal purposes, as they are reportedly good for the heart. The recipe I read for this contained just the berries and vodka. Given the fact that the jelly is so tart, I think the recipe should contain some sugar or honey. But first, the jelly:
1.5kg ripe hawthorn berries (haws)
Wash the berries, then place in a large pot and add enough water to cover. Cook until they are very soft.
Place a colander over a large bowl and pour the mixture into this, breaking the fruit up with a potato masher or similar. Strain the resulting juice in the bowl through muslin.
Add 1 cup of sugar for each cup of this juice. Bring to the boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Boil vigorously until the setting point is reached. Pour into sterilised bottles and seal.
Beth Said:haw can i transfer things that i like from any link to my foulder?
We Answered:copy and paste
Annie Said:haw can i transfer things that i like from any link to my foulder?
We Answered:when you see it in your browser,click on "FILE" then "SAVE AS" and put it somewhere in your hard drive.
When you wanna see it at a later time, browse your hard drive and click on the saved page.
Jimmy Said:How do you make cheesecake from scratch?
Or (with chocolate) http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1713,159â€¦
Hope I helped :)
Enjoy baking, Cheesecake is delicious ;)
Pamela Said:Anyone else not like Thai food?
We Answered:I was going to keep my mouth shut about not liking Thai, but now I see there are kindred spirits!
I've eaten it roughly 5x in "good" restaurants. It simply doesn't make contact with me. I'll give them credit that it's unique, but that's about all. They do much better with their temples and written script. I particularly disliked the basil, lemongrass and coconut milk based sauces. There IS a distinct smell and underlying taste in each bite that is unpalatable, doubtless "fish sauce." French or other European food would be infinitely more preferable, but then again, after my experiences with Thai cuisine, so would eating at a Shoney's.