In My Kitchen – October 2012

In my kitchen:

Is proof I didn’t compost all my Rangpur Limes (aka mandarin/lemon crosses).  This is a small sample of the cordial I made.  We gave away as many as we could find homes for and then started squeezing.  The cordial is amazingly good.  We like it better than the lemon cordial I made earlier in the season.  I used 3 litres of juice, 1 kilogram of sugar and ½ teaspoon of metabisulphate (to preserve it).  I brought it all to the boil and then bottled it – very easy and no guilt.  All up, I made 9 litres. Continue reading

In My Kitchen – September 2012

In my kitchen:

Are a thousand Rangpur Limes.  ‘What?’ I hear you saying.  That is exactly what I said when Steve told me that the fruit I had been telling people for years and years and years were Tahitian Limes, were no such thing.  He boldly suggested that my tree had been mislabelled. Continue reading