The word 'condiment' derives from Latin's 'condimentum'; meaning seasoning, and 'condere', meaning to pickle or preserve. Roman cuisine was especially fond of condiments with 'Apicius', a seminal Roman cookbook of the 4th-5th centuries, including a number of recipes devoted to making them. A seasonal selection of traditional handmade jellies and sauces to accompany turkey, game, or cold meats, handmade near the village of Wye in Kent.
Glass jars, 113g each of sweet and tart flavours: Cranberry & Orange Sauce, Red Onion Marmalade, Damson & Port Sauce, and Redcurrant Jelly.
Wooden rack with spoon handle 12½" long.
Contains alcohol. May contain nut traces. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.Ingredients & allergen information