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I’m always up for trying different foods – whether it is something from another country, something that has a unique flavour combo or simply something I’ve never tried before. If you are anything like me, you will love Pantry House, a family-run fine food store that sells artisan and premium foods. They also have a large selection of delicious vegan and gluten-free foods, so if you are looking to try new vegan or gluten-free products to meet your dietary requirements or lifestyle, do have a browse on their website!
As A July Dreamer says in a recent blog post, “their assorted pantry offers some of the best produce in and around the UK and mainland Europe via their easy to use online shop. The products that they stock are those that are exclusive to them and you won’t find them in your local supermarket.” So, if you haven’t tried any of their products – give them a go!
Mrs Darlington’s Lemon Curd
Love all things lemony? Mrs Darlington’s Lemon Curd is a staple in my cupboard. This zesty curd is perfect for freshly baked goods or straight out of the jar. If you are looking for different ways of utilising your favourite lemon curd, Pinch Me I’m Eating shared 23 delicious uses for lemon curd, from lemon mousse with fresh berries to lemon curd and coconut marshmallows!
Marmite Breakfast Biscuits
Marmite is one of those things, you either love it or you hate it. These marmite breakfast biscuits can be enjoyed for breakfast or as a quick snack during your tea break. These biscuits are perfect for on-the-go snacking and have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
This rich ketchup has a thick and slightly rough texture and is ideal to accompany grilled lamb or steak. It can also be added in soups and stews for extra flavour. Anything that has mushrooms, I’m in! The Guardian also recommends using this ketchup “as a marinade for meats or vegetables or as a condiment with any meal.”
Lemon Drop Chilli Jam
A spicy chilli jam with a lemony flavour that is perfect to be paired with chicken or in a cheese toastie for the perfect punch of spiciness. If you love spicy and citrusy foods, you will fall in love with this jam. Delicious, fresh and with just the right amount of spiciness.
Green Peppercorns in Brine
Green peppercorns might not look like the most exciting of ingredients but these can completely change the taste of any dish. As Fine Cooking explains, green peppercorns in brine can be used whole or chopped in sauces, potato salads, salad dressings, spreads and pastas.
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