Chutney Galore

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Buttermarket and Audlem village centre

Do you have a favourite recipe of homemade chutney?

Would you be willing to share it with the good people of Audlem?

Even better do you have a jar of it for them to taste?

On August Bank Holiday Monday the ADAPT Food Group will be holding an "Up the Garden Path" Event under the Buttermarket. At this I am hoping to hold a "Chutney Stall" for people to taste homemade Chutneys and take away the recipe. The aim is not to sell jars of chutney but inspire folk to make some themselves.

If you can provide a jar of your homemade brew and recipe (or list of ingredients), please contact me on 01270 812209  or e-mail  adrianleighton@btinternet.com" target="_blank">adrianleighton@btinternet.com

Thank You

Adrian Leighton

 

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