Lemon Curd and a 3p Fruits Organic Box Giveaway #68

Lemon Curd

Giveaway, Preserves, ThermoCook | 24th December 2015 | By

Lemon curd is one of those products where I’m unable to eat the commercial stuff, but adore a good homemade version. Sharp, tangy and sweet all at the same time, it’s fabulous spread on hot buttered toast, as an alternative to jam on scones and as a cake filling or topping. It even works beautifully baked into cakes.

I’ve made many fruit curds and have thoroughly enjoyed every one, but lemon curd, being the original is the queen of them all. So when I was sent a box of lemons along with a wonderful array of other fruit, nuts and more from 3pFruits, it was lemon curd that first sprang to mind. Christmas was fast approaching and as everyone loves lemon curd (I hope), I planned to make some for gifts.

3p Fruits Box

3p Fruits is a Spanish company I’ve featured in previous posts. They grow wonderful fruit, nuts and vegetables in the fertile province of Lleida in Catalonia. They are not only organic, but biodynamic too and certified by Demeter. This gets the thumbs up from me. Apart from all the environmental benefits of growing biodynamically, the fruit and veg skins can be eaten with complete confidence: no pesticide residues here. In the UK, we can access their produce and much more via their online shop: red garlic, short cucumbers, sweet potatoes – I want them all. Orders can be made anywhere within the EU and received within 3 days of dispatch.

3p Fruits Box

My box was groaning with oranges and lemons, but also apples, kiwi fruit and sweet juicy Marmande tomatoes. I also had a bag of delicious blanched almonds, a jar of aromatic honey and a bottle of olive oil. Woohoo, Christmas is here. The lemons were large, yellow and full of juice, perfect for lemon curd.

I thought I’d try using my new Optimum ThermoCook to make the lemon curd. As it’s Christmas, the Thermocook is currently on offer for £537, that’s a whopping £358 off. It was so easy and so successful, I made a second batch almost immediately afterwards. It sure beats standing around stirring for twenty minutes or more – just bung in all of the ingredients and let the Thermocook work its magic. I based my recipe on the one that comes with the ThermoCook, but adapted it as I like lemon curd to be really zesty and didn’t want a spare egg white hanging around.

I shall be taking a break for a few days. Normal service will resume in the New Year. Meanwhile I wish you all

a very
Merry Christmas
and a
Happy New Year

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. I leave you with a splendid giveaway to amuse you in my absence. It’s open to anyone in the EU. Do scroll down to the bottom of the post to enter.


Lemon Curd
Yields 3
A tangy zesty lemon curd which is a cinch to make in the Optimum Thermocook. If you don't mind a bit of stirring, it can easily be made by hand too.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
  1. 100g unsalted butter
  2. 2 large juicy organic lemons, zested and juiced
  3. 3 medium to large eggs
  4. 150g golden caster sugar (I used cardamom sugar)
  1. Melt the butter in a medium sized saucepan over low heat .
  2. Add the sugar and grate in the lemon zest. Squeeze in the juice and stir until the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Whisk in the eggs one by one and continue to cook over a low heat. Be careful not to have it too hot or you will end up with scrambled eggs. Stir on and off until the mixture has thickened enough to coat the back of a spoon – about 20 minutes.
  4. Pour into warm sterilised jars. Cover with waxed paper discs and seal. Label and store in a cool dark place for up to a month. Refrigerate and eat within a week once opened.
  1. Place all ingredients into the jug.
  2. Whizz for 7 seconds on speed 7.
  3. Insert the stirring tool and cook for 15 minutes at 80C on speed 3.
  4. Pour into warm sterilised jars. Cover with waxed paper discs and seal. Label and store in a cool dark place for up to a month. Refrigerate and eat within a week once opened.
Adapted from ThermoCook Recipe
Adapted from ThermoCook Recipe
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Thanks to 3p Fruits for the mixed produce box. There was no requirement to write a positive review and as always all opinions are my own. The post contains affiliate links. Buying through a link to the Optimum Thermocook will not cost you any more, but I will get a small commission. This helps keep Tin and Thyme blythe and blogging.

Mixed Produce Box Giveaway
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  1. Leave a Reply

    Spencer Broadley
    24th December 2015

    Spiced Mango Curd simpy spread on toast or crackers

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      Krystyna Joyce
      23rd January 2016

      Tomatoes: either tomato chutney or use in a risotto! 🙂

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      Beryl drake
      23rd January 2016

      I’m going to give these curd recipes a try they look yummy . My favourite is lemon it’s the best

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      stephanie whitehurst
      23rd January 2016

      Lemon curd for me on toast

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    Julie Tift
    24th December 2015

    What an array of fruits and I love them all. I love lemons in particular and make a (my family think it’s a wonderful) tangy lemon cake. I haven’t tried making lemon curd myself but I agree that homemade is far superior to the bought stuff so I may have to try and make some myself too!

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    Jane Willis
    24th December 2015

    The oranges – I fancy making some spiced orange and thyme jelly for serving with cold meats

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      24th December 2015

      Spiced orange and thyme jelly sounds wonderful Jane – I might have to try some of that myself 🙂

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    Tracey Peach
    24th December 2015

    Juicy Marmande tomatoes & I would make a huge str fry with them 🙂

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    Elaine Savage
    24th December 2015

    The apples. I would make Apple crumble straightaway 🙂

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    Paula Readings
    24th December 2015

    Tomatoes, too make a pizza

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    Heather Haigh
    24th December 2015

    I would have to go with the lemons and have a go at your lemon curd recipe. I’ve never even tried home-made lemon curd and would love to give it a go. Win or not this is one for me to bookmark.

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      24th December 2015

      Oh it is Heather, there really is nothing quite like homemade lemon curd. Merry Christmas.

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    24th December 2015

    What a great idea – I love lemon curd too, you can’t beat homemade!

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    Nadia's Healthy Kitchen
    24th December 2015

    I love lemon curd but haven’t had it in years! My mum used to make homemade lemon curd when I was younger and I remember thinking it was one of the best things I had ever tasted! Shop bought is not quite the same 🙂 Happy Christmas!

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      24th December 2015

      Thanks very much Nadia. Maybe a goal for you next year is to try and make a dairy free version? Merry Christmas to you too and thank you for all your lovely comments.

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    Keith Hunt
    24th December 2015

    I like lemon curd that i like to ad to warm apple pie.

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      24th December 2015

      Thank you so much Angie and I hope you have a wonderful time too – enjoy that curd 😀

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    Martina Pichova
    24th December 2015

    I would use the honey first – adding it to my porridge for breakfast.

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    24th December 2015

    The apples. would make apple pie

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    Kate - gluten free alchemist
    24th December 2015

    Oranges, Lemons and blanched almonds…. I would make a citrus meringue pie and use some of the almonds in the pastry base!
    I love curd and love experimenting with different fruits in them….. One of my favourites is rhubarb which I first made a couple of years ago (tastes like rhubarb and custard in a jar)…. and then apple and blackberry curd is pretty good too. I do love a good citrus curd though…. thoroughly recommend adding a couple of oranges and limes to the lemons for a different tang!

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      24th December 2015

      Oh my Kate. I get the feeling you’re a fruit curd expert. I do agree rhubarb is rather good, but so is raspberry and passionfruit is amazing and …

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    24th December 2015

    The lemons look very fresh – I’d make a gin and tonic!

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    elizabeth ferguson
    24th December 2015

    I love mamalade, but would love to experiment with some variations xx

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    Zinzi Graham
    24th December 2015

    I’d be making apple crumple or pie with cinnamon and nutmeg… One of my favourite flavours this time of year!

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    Andrew Seaman
    24th December 2015

    The apples, reminds me of the pie I made a few hours earlier x

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    Karl Borowy
    24th December 2015

    lovely giant tomatoes and lemon

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    ashleigh allan
    24th December 2015

    I would use the oranges to make a marmalade!

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      ashleigh allan
      24th December 2015

      I would love to use the lemons and try make a lemon curd too – i have always fancied doing that!

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    Charlene Keddy
    24th December 2015

    The apples would make a tasty apple crumble – perfect for the holiday season 🙂

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    Hayley Lynch
    24th December 2015

    Would love to try a lemon curd out x

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    Lynsey Buchanan
    25th December 2015

    The oranges and lemons to make orange lemonade

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    Louise Bridgwater
    25th December 2015

    The apples! I think a spiced apple crumble with some of the orange rind in the crumble!

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      27th December 2015

      Ooh, what a fab idea. Next time I make an apple crumble I’m adding some orange rind to it – thank you 🙂

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    Ruth Harwood
    25th December 2015

    I love lemon curd 🙂

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    pete c
    26th December 2015

    i would add a couple of ingredients to the sweet ptatoes and make a nice soup

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    laura banks
    27th December 2015

    the homemade lemon curd looks lovely and u cant beat homemade

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    Patricia Avery
    27th December 2015

    The lemons. I ran out of lemon curd at the beginning of October but have been so busy with Christmas etc I need to make some more. 🙂

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    Beky Austerberry
    27th December 2015

    The lemon curd has clouded my vision – thats all I can think of now!

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      27th December 2015

      Haha, there’s only one remedy – you’d better make some pronto 😉

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    Kim M
    27th December 2015

    The tomatoes – love tomato and chilli chutney

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    Debbie Beville
    27th December 2015

    The gorgeous oranges caught my eye as I am starting a monthly preserving course in January and marmalade is our first topic. I think I’d be tempted to make an orange and mint salad with a dusting of cinammon which goes so well with all sorts of things

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    27th December 2015

    The kiwi fruit sounds amazing! I’d love to be able to make a delicious spread with it!!

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    27th December 2015

    The oranges as I have always wanted to make my own marmalade.

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    Kathy Eyre
    28th December 2015

    The oranges, in the middle of the winter a nice juicy orange will always catch my eye!! I’d make fresh orange juice…yum

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    Debbie Preston
    28th December 2015

    The lemons as reading about your lemon curd makes me want some!

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    Laura Nice
    28th December 2015

    Apple crumble from those amazing apples!!

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    chetyl hadfield
    28th December 2015

    Homemade lemon curd is my favourite, I would make a lemon meringue cheesecake

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    Julie Booth
    28th December 2015

    The lemons and I would try making lemon curd

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    29th December 2015

    I hoping to get more into making jams and chutneys in 2016. Haven’t ate lemon curd in ages! Happy new year!

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      30th December 2015

      Thank you Sarah. I love the feeling of having a batch of preserves sitting in the cupboard. Hope you make 2016 your preserving year. Happy New Year to you too 🙂

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    claire woods
    29th December 2015

    The lemons and I’d take them to my Mums so she could make lemon meringue pie.

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    Tracey Parker
    30th December 2015

    The blood orange curd, I would make a version of Nigella Lawson’s curd pavlova

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    Joanne Hutchings
    30th December 2015

    The olive oil – I’d use it for a nice salad dressing.

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    Karen hutchinson
    30th December 2015

    Lemon curd tarts – not much of a cook but worth a try !

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    laura stewart
    30th December 2015

    The oranges- id make homemade orange marmalade xx

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    Carolynn Woodland
    30th December 2015

    The Lemons – I would like to try and make Lemon Curd too

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    30th December 2015

    I would lose no time in getting those apples made into an old fashioned apple pie

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    amy rennocks
    30th December 2015

    The apples!! You can’t beat a good apple pie and custard <3

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    Kevin Honey
    30th December 2015

    Anything with Lemon Curd… Just on toast is delightful!

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    jane Evans
    31st December 2015

    I would love to try and make some of the lemon curd or maybe some tomato and chili chutney :0)

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    kate kathurima
    31st December 2015

    Apples – would make apple chutney or apple jelly or apple crumble

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    Emma Ellams
    31st December 2015

    The apples…I can see an excellent apple and sultana crumble right there!

  51. Leave a Reply

    Rebecca Hall
    1st January 2016

    The almonds – I fancy some festive spiced nuts!

  52. Leave a Reply

    Tracey Belcher
    1st January 2016

    The Lemon Curd – Can be added to so many dishes – I love making lemon tarts and this would be perfect

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    katie w
    1st January 2016

    the apple as love making and eating apple pie or apple crumble

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    Laura Jeffs
    1st January 2016

    I’d make a lovely apple cake 🙂 Love apples and all fruit in general 🙂 xx

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    kate knight
    1st January 2016

    All the fruit looks like it would make a lovely smoothy for a healthy new year

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    Danika Lloyd
    1st January 2016

    the citrus! I’d make citrus drizzle cake

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    leanne weir
    1st January 2016

    The oranges – would make a nice marmaade

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    Elizabeth Hinds
    1st January 2016

    The lemon curd – I would make lemon meringue as it’s a family favourite 🙂

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    emma walters
    1st January 2016

    the lemons, one of my son’s favourite ingredients. i would like to make some lemonade for him x

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    Allan Wilson
    1st January 2016

    The Red Garlic – perfect for making an authentic Spanish Garlic Soup

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    Stacey Carnell
    1st January 2016

    The tomatoes! Mmmmmm I would make a beautiful pasta sauce with some garlic and basil 🙂

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    Kay Panayi
    1st January 2016

    The red garlic in pasta sauce

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    Michelle Ferguson
    1st January 2016

    I would make a tomato and chilli soup

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    Rachel Butterworth
    1st January 2016

    The oranges/lemons to make a juicy St. Clements cake.

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    Nat thomason
    2nd January 2016

    The lemons I would make lemon cake lovely and sweet and sour

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    wendy malone
    2nd January 2016

    apple crumble my son loves it.x

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    Sally Collingwood
    2nd January 2016

    victoria sponge with lemon curd

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    Sheila Reeves
    2nd January 2016

    I love lemons, use them in cakes, stews, and of course in drinks, so lovely to know you can use the skin with no risk of ingesting anything nasty!

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    Jane H Shaw
    2nd January 2016

    I really like the look of the tomatoes, I wouldn’t make anything with them, eat them as they are with some lovely fresh crunchy bread and butter. Bliss

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    Katy Stevens
    2nd January 2016

    At this time of year it would definitely be apples! I would make apple pie, apple crumble and I would make apple sauce to have a nice change with the roast dinner on Sunday!

    Happy New Year!

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    Caroline H
    2nd January 2016

    The honey and olive oil catch my eye. I’d use it with garlic, a splash of soy sauce and herbs to make a lovely sticky marinade for roast veg. Perfect for grey January and February.

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    Jo m Welsh
    2nd January 2016

    The lemons and I’d make a lemon cheesecake which smells amazing

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    2nd January 2016

    The Spiced mango curd sounds so good, but I wonder what the “spice” is and whether it is too much

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    Tom Buchanan
    2nd January 2016

    the oranges, i would try and make homemade citrus jellies like i used to have at christmas

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    Emily Clark
    2nd January 2016

    Some spicy tomato chutney

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    Elisabeth Ries
    2nd January 2016

    I’d like the Marmande tomatoes – I’ve made many different jams, but I’d love to try these out in a pickle or chutney.

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    Laura Caraher
    2nd January 2016

    The Juicy Marmande tomatoes – I would make tasty chutney with them

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    Andi G
    3rd January 2016

    Apples for a nice crumble with some blackberries I have in the freezer

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    Richard Tyler
    3rd January 2016

    Apples – for an amazing apple pie (& custard)

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    3rd January 2016

    OMG they all sound wonderful, love lemon curd 🙂

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    Emily Knight
    3rd January 2016

    The tomatoes for me – I’d make a big batch of my homemade Bloody Mary ketchup!

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    Stephanie Whitehouse
    3rd January 2016

    I’ve seen a recipe fro orange and almond preserve – I could try that

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    rebecca nisbet
    3rd January 2016

    the tomatos look so fresh, i would make a a yummy greek salad.

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    betony bennett
    4th January 2016

    The lovely apples – definitely very sugary crumble

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    Andrea A
    4th January 2016

    I’d use the apples to make an apple crumble with almond topping

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    Helen Thurston
    4th January 2016

    Lemons – and I’ve seen a recipe for vegan lemon curd I’m itching to have a go at now 🙂

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    Polly Power
    4th January 2016

    Not tried lemon curd for years, was addicted when i was young

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    Jamie Millard
    4th January 2016

    lemon curd to use in my lemon cheesecake. I made it with lemon juice at xmas but I do prefer it with curd

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    Carole Walker
    5th January 2016

    I would make a lemon polenta cake which I like to serve with a bit of crème fraiche

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    clair downham
    5th January 2016

    lemons fo lmon drizzle cake or even gin and tonic with a slice

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    5th January 2016

    The apples. I would make an apple pie or crumble

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    6th January 2016

    lemons for a lemon sorbet!

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    6th January 2016

    i’d either make some lemon curd or jam just like you, or i’d make an apple pie mm

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    Mark R
    6th January 2016

    The apples, we ran short this year so a crumble would be great treat.

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    6th January 2016

    The apples. I would make Apple pie straightaway 🙂

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    carolyn joyce
    6th January 2016

    Yummy scrummy Lemon drizzle cake – the lemons look gorgeous

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    Louise Lumsden
    6th January 2016

    my hubby lived in Spain for a while and still raves about the citrus fruits there, so I’d use lemons first to make a lemon meringue pie

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    katrina walsh
    6th January 2016

    the oranges could make a lovely zesty marmalade

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    carole n
    7th January 2016

    The lemon curd looks great. It reminds me of my childhood and I would recreate some lemon curd tarts.

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    Charlotte Moore
    7th January 2016

    Apples to.make apple.crumble

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    denise cross
    7th January 2016

    Lemons are my favourite fruit so I’d use these to make a delicious lemon drizzle cake

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    caroline kelly
    7th January 2016

    Lemon curd tarts or lemon cake

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    Bev B
    8th January 2016

    Oh, the lemons, for sure! Like some of the others, I’ve never made lemon curd, so would love to give it a go. It seems much more straightforward than I’d imagined.

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    Victoria Prince
    9th January 2016

    The almonds are the first thing that catch my eye, and I would make a lovely salad with them and the oranges 🙂 Almond and orange salad is one of my favourite combos!

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      9th January 2016

      That sounds totally delicious and not something I’d ever have thought of Victoria.

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    Chloe Bailey
    9th January 2016

    Apples…apple soufflé

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    Jaelin Farrow
    9th January 2016

    The Marmande tomatoes, I would make a spinach, ricotta and tomato frittata! Yummy 🙂

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    Colin Gault
    9th January 2016

    Marmalade and cheese on toast..thanks for the opportunity to win

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    frances hopkins
    10th January 2016

    The lemon curd, I would love to try and love it myself

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    sharon martin
    10th January 2016

    i’d like to try making the lemon curd, then would use to bake lemon cakes

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    Laura Asplin
    10th January 2016

    The tomatos, they look like they would be tasty in a tomato and mozzerella salad.

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    Catriona Hutchinson
    10th January 2016

    I would make traditional catalan tomato bread and tomato salad

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    Samantha O'D
    10th January 2016

    The tomato I would make a tomato and garlic puree to go on pizza and make a Bolognese

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    Michelle Wild
    11th January 2016

    The tomatoes for my fab tomato sandwich on Greek bread.

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    Lisa Mauchline
    11th January 2016

    The lemons and I’d make lemon meringue pie as that’s my husband’s favourite

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    Christine Hobbs
    11th January 2016

    I love lemon curd on toast with a slice of cheese. Its heavenly xx

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    Karen Whittaker
    11th January 2016

    It would have to be lemon meringue pie – one of our favourite family dishes.

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    Melanie Burton
    11th January 2016

    I would use the lemon curd to make lemon meringue pie! Love it! Happy New Year!

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    11th January 2016

    I would love to get my hands on those gorgeous tomatoes to make some fresh salsa with.

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    Angie Hoggett
    12th January 2016

    I’d use the lemon curd for lemon cocktails and to put into the core of some cupcakes!

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    12th January 2016

    One of the first recipes I made in my new Thermocook was lemon curd – I was amazed at how easy and perfect it was! Gorgeous! Loving your extra zesty version! 🙂

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      13th January 2016

      Thank you Elizabeth, it was your tip that got me to try it. What a brilliant tip it was. All stocks have gone and I can see another batch being made shortly.

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    Emily Biggs
    12th January 2016

    The apples, i could make an amazing apple pie with them!

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    Kathleen Bywaters
    13th January 2016

    Zesty refreshing home made lemonade! I like to make it with more lemons and less sugar so it is quite bitter but so yummy!

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    rebecca sellers
    13th January 2016

    I love lemon curd, never tried to make it myself yet!

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    Mary Chez
    13th January 2016

    The apples.i would make an apple pie

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    Becky John
    14th January 2016

    The tomatoes to make chutney

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    L Alexander
    15th January 2016

    Would love to make a really rich tomato chutney, with a little balsamic vinegar and chilli. Also a red onion marmalade – one of my favourites.

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    Maria P
    15th January 2016

    apples – I love apple pie 🙂

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    Shelley Moore
    16th January 2016

    Lemons – I could make a lemon drizzle cake!

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    Emma Farrell
    16th January 2016

    I’d use the tomatoes to make a wonderful tomato &onion salad just like my great aunt used to make when I visited Poland as a child.

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    Katie skeoch
    16th January 2016

    Those tomatoes. A fabulous tomato & grilled pepper pesto sauce. Probably the tastiest I’ve made!

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    bobbie minthull
    16th January 2016

    I love lemons in particular and often make a lemon curd myself. I love lemon meringue pie as well.

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    Maureen Moss
    16th January 2016

    LEMONS and Almonds………..Lemon curd …I often make this but I think a few toasted broken almonds added might make it really special

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      16th January 2016

      Ooh yes I do like your idea of toasted almonds added to lemon curd – lovely 🙂

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    Hazel Rea
    16th January 2016

    Apple and blackberry crumble – we have our own organic blackberries in the freezer.

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      18th January 2016

      Oh, I’m envious of those Hazel. Every year I tell myself I will freeze some and every year I don’t quite get around to it.

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    Karen R
    17th January 2016

    The lemons might inspire me to make a lemon meringue pie, which like lemon curd, is so much better when homemade 🙂

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    donna l jones
    17th January 2016

    I like lemon curd would make a lemon curd tart

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    Naomi M
    17th January 2016

    It’s the lemons that catch my eye, they look absolutely amazing, I could do so much with them! I have to agree I love all things lemon curd so I would make a homemade lemon sponge with lemon juice, lemon zest with lemon butter cream and homemade lemon curd, it may sound like lemon overkill but I’ve done it before and its lovely!

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      18th January 2016

      It sounds utterly delicious and not lemon overkill at all Naomi – mmmm.

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    Chloe Ellis
    17th January 2016

    Apples. Make apple pie.

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    Cheryl Price
    18th January 2016

    the tomatoes, I’ve always wanted to make a nice creamy tomato soup

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    18th January 2016

    Those gorgeous tomatoes. I’d make a delicious simple roasted tomato sauce to accompany some lovely pasta.

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    18th January 2016

    tomatos I would use in a chutney with red onions

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    Jessica Hutton
    19th January 2016

    Id love to make a lemon curd pie. I haven’t had lemon curd in years but my mouth is watering at the thought now xx

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    Suzie W
    19th January 2016

    The lemons because I have the perfect recipe for lemon victoria sponge, with homemade lemon curd. Delicious!

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    Zoe g
    19th January 2016

    Juicy Marinade tomatoes I could use them in italian dishes

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    Leila Benhamida
    19th January 2016

    The apples as I will make some apple compote eat them fresh and also use to make some in small apple sweet pastries my favourite treats.

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    elaine stokes
    20th January 2016

    the apples, apple crumble with custard is the first thing that comes to mind

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    Linda Thorn
    20th January 2016

    24th December 2015
    I love lemons as they are a way of art,
    With so many different ways to use them,
    But the best for me
    It’s got to be,
    Lemon soufflé

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      20th January 2016

      Thanks Linda. I enjoyed reading that and it reminds me of my youth. Lemon soufflé was one of my mother’s regulars.

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    20th January 2016

    Juicy Marmande tomatoes, would use these for a lovely stir fry with beef. All family would love it 🙂

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    Janine C
    20th January 2016

    The lemons look so juicy, perfect for a lemon drizzle cake. I had no idea that lemon curd is so easy to make either. You have inspired me to give it a go!!

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      20th January 2016

      Oh I do hope you try it. Homemade really is so much nicer and apart from a bit of stirring, it’s a synch.

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    Annette Oliver
    20th January 2016

    Apples, for apple pie with cream

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    Charlie Brunton
    20th January 2016

    I would use the apples to make a nice apple crumble to serve with custard x

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    Lisa c
    20th January 2016

    The lemons, I would make a zingy set lemon tart and make a sweet chantilly cream to go with it

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    EJ Dunn
    20th January 2016

    The lemon curd. I’ve never actually tried it – so I’m not sure what to make with it!

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    Tim Millington
    21st January 2016

    The Marmanade tomatoes. I’d make them into a creamy tomato soup!

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    Karen Howden
    21st January 2016

    I just love Lemon Tarts made with homemade Lemon Curd beautiful

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    Liz M
    21st January 2016

    Lemon Curd is a guilty pleasure 🙂

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    Gemma Cook
    21st January 2016

    The apples stick out. I would make a delicious apple and cinnamon crumble.
    Thank you for the chance ☺
    Fantastic Giveaway!

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    Lauren Old
    21st January 2016

    I would say the lemon curd does stick out and I would make a lemon meringue pie with it

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    Tracy Ashwin
    21st January 2016

    Well you’ve inspired me to have a go at making lemon curd. I’m sure it tastes so much nicer than anything in the shops.

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    Teresa Sheldon
    21st January 2016

    I’d love to use the red garlic I use garlic so much in my cooking but not used red one beforehand tomatoes love fresh tomatoes on the vine you can’t beat them

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    Helen Hodgson
    21st January 2016

    Lemon meringue – yummy !

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    Katherine McDonald
    21st January 2016

    I am also a huge fan of Lemon Curd, but those tomatoes look lush too!

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    Kat Allinson
    21st January 2016

    I think I would use the apples to make an apple betty, but there’s so much potential in this box 🙂

  165. Leave a Reply

    Sheri Darby
    21st January 2016

    The apples – I love home made Apple cake

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    Tania Atfield
    21st January 2016

    Spiced apple chutney

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    Natalie Gillham
    22nd January 2016

    I love lemons so would make lemon meringue pies and lemon cheesecakes x

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    Linda Toth
    22nd January 2016

    Lemon Curd is my favourite. I would like to eat it simply on toast or with pancakes. <3

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    Isabelle Smith
    22nd January 2016

    juicy fresh lemons :p oooo la la . would use them for cocktails

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    Jill f
    22nd January 2016

    I love anything lemon lemon cheesecake lemon cake lemon tarts

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    Vickie Jackson
    22nd January 2016

    Ooooh the lemons and apples to make lemon curd and apple crumble! It sounds awful but my nan used to make it and it’s divine! Very naughty but yummy!

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      23rd January 2016

      It sounds fantastic Vickie. I’m all for a little bit of naughtiness 😉

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    Emily Hutchinson
    22nd January 2016

    lemons. I’d make a lemon drizzle cake for a real treat 🙂

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    Sarah Parker
    22nd January 2016

    lemon curd for tarts 🙂

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    Kim Styles
    22nd January 2016

    I love almond and I think with the box of fruits I would first cook an apple bakewell obviously incorporating the almonds for the paste

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      23rd January 2016

      Ooh, you’ve got me dreaming about apple Bakewell now Kim. It sounds delicious, especially with freshly ground almonds.

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    Lizzy Cooper
    22nd January 2016

    the lemons, I’d make a lemon loaf!

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    Barbara Handley
    22nd January 2016

    Oranges. I like to start the day with fresh home made orange juice or lemon in hot water.

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      23rd January 2016

      I’m a lemon in hot water kind of gal Barbara and never feel quite right if I don’t get a mug of it first thing in the morning.

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    Georgina sudron
    22nd January 2016

    Apples I would make a apple and cinnamon tart

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    Lauren Main
    22nd January 2016

    The apples for apple crumble!!

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    22nd January 2016

    I’d have to agree with you and go with the lemons! Your lemon curd recipe looks fantastic and despite making my own jams for several years I’ve never made my own lemon curd! The marmalade tomatoes look good too! You can’t beat organic tomatoes, great just roasted and served on crusty artisan bread.

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    22nd January 2016

    The way you’ve described the lemons has made me think of lemon drizzle cake, but I also like the idea of having the oranges fresh in a salad with beetroot

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      23rd January 2016

      Cakes are always a winner with me Cheryl but I do like the idea of your orange and beetroot salad.

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    lia sturman
    22nd January 2016

    The apples would make apple pie my family would love one

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    Catriona Pavey
    22nd January 2016

    I’ve make a lemon flavoured sponge with a warm honey glaze with the fresh lemons & honey. Its an absolute winner in our house 🙂

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    Victoria Thurgood
    22nd January 2016

    The apples for a nice pie

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    David Crabb
    22nd January 2016

    Sun dried tomatoes and then a juice with the oranges and apples!

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    claire little
    22nd January 2016

    lemons for lemon cake

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    Anneka Hulse
    22nd January 2016

    a lemon tart with the lemon curd

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    Hayley Fraser
    22nd January 2016

    Lemon curd, so retro – takes me back to my childhood! x

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    Suzanne Roberts
    23rd January 2016

    I’d make lemon curd, love lots of fruit curds which are either unheard of or underrated by many people. I also like making fruit cheeses. So many lovely things in the boxes, yummy.

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      23rd January 2016

      I’m a big fan of curs too Suzanne and have made many different flavours. I’ve also made fruit butters, but not cheese – yet!

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    Cristín Williams
    23rd January 2016

    Apples are my favourite fruit! The fresher the better so you know in a produce box they will be fantastic

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    23rd January 2016

    I have only ever had shop bought lemon curd so now you have really made me want to try some would love to win and give it a go x

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    Mary Baldwin
    23rd January 2016

    Apples – I would make a Dutch Apple Cake for all the family and serve it warm with some clotted cream.

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    karen clapp
    23rd January 2016

    lemon curd- as a child my mum used to make lemon curd tarts..would love to bake some myself to relive my childhood memories 🙂

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    Rebecca Roberts
    23rd January 2016

    The lemons and i would make lemon curd i also love lemons in water xxxx

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    23rd January 2016

    The oranges & lemons to make a nice citrus sponge – with honey & almonds on top mmmmmm

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    Hayley Todd
    23rd January 2016

    I would use the kiwi fruit (one of my all time favourite fruits!) to make a yummy and very tasty Kiwi Cheesecake!

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    Erica Price
    23rd January 2016

    The oranges. I’ve made a lot of jam, but never a curd and I like the sound of orange curd.

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    Rich Hill
    23rd January 2016

    The lemons & lemon curd, I’d use them to make a sticky lemon pud.

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    Debbie Henderson
    23rd January 2016

    The apples would make a toffee apple cake yummmm

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    sarah bramble
    23rd January 2016

    Apples for me for apple pie x

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    Tracey S Anderson
    23rd January 2016

    Oooooo lemons 🙂 I would make a lemon drizzle cake with those lovely lemons X x

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    Michelle orchard
    23rd January 2016

    Definitely the Apples I would make Apple and rhubarb dumplings

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      23rd January 2016

      Oh my Michelle, I’d completely forgotten about apple dumplings and I’ve never had rhurbar dumplings, what a splendid idea.

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    Julie Camm
    23rd January 2016

    Lemons…… and I would make a lovely tangy lemon meringue pie…

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    Rebecca E
    23rd January 2016

    I’d be making a lemon meringue pie, and roasting those delicious tomatoes with fresh rosemary

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    ellie spider
    23rd January 2016

    I think I would make a fresh lemon loaf cake first as we all love lemon cake and it tastes so much better when you make it using fresh rather than shop bought juice.

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    Wendy Guy
    23rd January 2016

    The apples would be my first choice to use for a delicious apple crumble for Sunday lunch.

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    kerry miller
    23rd January 2016

    I’ll definitely be trying that lemon curd recipe, it looks absolutely delicious

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    23rd January 2016

    I like the look of the Marmande tomatoes and I’d make a salad

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    23rd January 2016

    The lemons caught my eye, and having 30+ chickens we always have an abundance of eggs, so it would have to be a lemon meringue pie.

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      23rd January 2016

      I am so envious of your abundance of real eggs Mandi – how wonderful.

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    Sara Owen
    23rd January 2016

    I would love to use the lemon to try make lemon slices

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    Dale Dow
    23rd January 2016

    I would try to make the lemon curd from the lemons

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    Heather Sneddon
    23rd January 2016

    Apples – I feel an Eve’s pudding coming on!

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    Eva Appleby
    23rd January 2016

    I would use the Honey first as l love honey on my porridge and on toast

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    Amy Beckett
    23rd January 2016

    The lemon curd would be amazing for tart and my famous lemon drizzle cake. Yummy

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    Anita hargreaves
    23rd January 2016

    I’d use the honey first x

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    Jeremy Andrews
    23rd January 2016

    red garlic sounds interesting Wondering how different it is to taste.

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      23rd January 2016

      I guess garlic connoisseurs could tell the difference Jeremy, but it’s certainly a pretty colour. Not that there was any in the box.

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    Joanne Benham
    23rd January 2016

    i would have to go for the lemons and make a lemon meringue pie, can’t beat fresh from the oven!

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    Michelle lintern
    23rd January 2016

    Would make an apple pie

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    Susan Race
    23rd January 2016

    The tomatoes – I would add them to a paella, or a pasta sauce

  219. Leave a Reply

    Joanne Jackson
    23rd January 2016

    Apples to make apple crumble

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    Caroline Signey
    23rd January 2016

    The blanched almonds, I’d make an almond tart

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    23rd January 2016

    With fresh limes to make a difference to the ususal marmalade.

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    sarah-dawn pope
    23rd January 2016

    I would use the oranges to make a Pride of Andalucia cake, they look & taste amazing, yet are so simple to make

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      23rd January 2016

      I’m intrigued by your Pride of Andalucia cake Sarah, it sounds quite exotic.

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    Erica field
    23rd January 2016

    My hubby lovers lemon curd, but I like all kinds. Its so tricky to decide. X

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    claire davey
    23rd January 2016

    lemon and make a lemon drizzle cake xx

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    Joanne Heath
    23rd January 2016

    The box looks brilliant, the lemons and lemon curd recipe catch my eye. I have never made that homemade before always bought it homemade from others. It would be great to have a go and have it on toast!

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    Sarah Davies
    23rd January 2016

    The jar of aromatic honey looks lovely. At the moment though much as I would like to be using the lemons for lemon curd I’d be more likely to use them for hot lemon and honey!

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    Lucy Chester
    23rd January 2016

    Tomato and tomato soup

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    Oksana Fitzgerald
    23rd January 2016

    I love big organic tomatoes. These remind me of ones my mum used to grow. They were lovely in a salad with fresh dill and fresh garlic.

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      24th January 2016

      Not sure I’ve ever thought to use dill with garlic. I will try it now.

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    Jason Tolliss
    23rd January 2016

    The tomatoes, I would make a ragu with the onions and garlic.

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    Margery L
    23rd January 2016

    so many choices, the tomatos with puff pastry and feta to make a delicious tart, the apples in to a warming winter crumble, lemons and oranges are screaming pancakes at me 🙂

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    Carole S. HISCOCK
    23rd January 2016

    I would use the lovely Lemons and attempt to make a Lemon Meringue Pie, I remember my mom making them, but to be honest I don’t think I could ever re-create that memory, so sweet x

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    23rd January 2016

    I’d make a lemon drizzle sponge cake filled with lemon curd

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