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SAUCY HAWS adult ketchup!
Haw berries, from the native Irish Hawthorn tree, have recently been shown, in scientific trials, to dramatically reduce cholesterol.  Saucy Haws is a delicious rich sauce made directly from the haw berry.  Great with cold meats, particularly ham, ideal on top of a burger or served with game meats but Saucy Haws is simply super drizzled over a grilled cheese sandwich!

Ingredients: Haw berries, vinegar, water, sugar, salt and pepper

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Delicious young, sweet mint dressed in a zingy vinegar makes this an early season favourite. Great, obviously, with any lamb dish or as a marinade, but try with other cold meats and in fresh pasta dishes or mixed with butter and spooned through baby new potatoes, a really good accompaniment to any BBQ!

Ingredients: Fresh Mint, vinegar, sugar, salt, pepper

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Sweet and mild flavoured, small, golden Polen tomatoes and deep rich red, sweet and tasty Centiflor cherry tomatoes, slow oven dried and infused in a full-bodied extra virgin olive oil. Perfect for a smorgasbord, salad or pasta dish. The tomato-infused oil can also be used to make a delicious salad dressing or poured over freshly cooked pasta.

Try Sundried Tomatoes with a thin spaghetti, tuna and black olives.

Ingredients: tomatoes, olive oil, vinegar

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Pickled nasturtium seeds have a hot peppery flavour, similar to the taste of true capers.  These plant pods are great scattered on a salad, over smoked salmon and with hors d'oeuvres.

To make THE BEST tartare sauce, simply mix 1 Tbs of nasturtium capers, 1 Tbs chopped parsley to 100 ml mayonnaise, add 2-3 finely chopped spring onions or chives and a squeeze of lemon, salt and pepper to taste. . YUMMIE!

Ingredients: Nasturtium seed pods, vinegar, water, salt and pepper

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