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By: Lowry Peaks  05-Apr-2012

If you’re looking to do something a little different this Christmas with your festive menu; or you want a note of freshness to suit the warmer climes; try out these recipes from Lowry Peaks:

Cranberry Sauce for Turkey

Gently melt one tub of Lowry Peaks Cranberry Fruit Pate into 1 cup of fresh orange juice (or white wine if you prefer) for the best – and easiest – cranberry sauce. Serve it with your turkey this Christmas. Use the left over sauce in our great leftovers recipe for turkey salad – will be posted soon…

Bitter Orange Glaze for Christmas Ham

½ Cup Bitter Orange Splashing Syrup, 1 generous tbsp English mustard, 250g light muscovado sugar, 15 – 20 cloves

Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/gas mark 4. To make the glaze, put the Bitter Orange Splashing Syrup, mustard and sugar in a small bowl and mix to a thick, paste. Peel away the skin of the ham, leaving a smooth, even layer of fat over the meat. Place the ham in a large roasting tin, then with the point of a sharp knife score the fat in a diamond pattern, but not so deep as to cut right through to the meat. Evenly spread the glaze all over it, stud the ham with cloves and roast for an hour to an hour and a half, until the glaze becomes a dark golden-brown, bubbling crust.


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05-Apr-2012

If marmageddon has taught us anything

By registering you are able to purchase your Lowry Peaks products in bulk and ensure that your cheese never goes without its perfect companion and your sausages always remain saucy. Widespread panic was felt in our household when panic buying cleared the supermarket shelves of the NZ staple spread, Marmite. Investigations deep into the pantry revealed several large jars and blood pressures returned to normal.