Archive of ‘When The Board Flips’ category

A sharing of Recipes from The Jam Pantry’s kitchen

seed & nut loaf

Gluten Free Seed & Nut Loaf

I get super excited when normal gets revamped for impossibly good and that is definitely the case with this bread. I’m not even sure that I should call it a bread after all, there’s no flour to speak of. No milled grain whatsoever. Its just seeds and nuts that get bound together with egg. You […] Read more…


My Sommerlad Poultry Feast

I devoured a chicken this week and it was no ordinary bird. In my quest to go deeper with my emotional connection to food and it’s meaning, I feel like I’ve stumbled on a little secret. Shirley Harring from Handsourced delivered some truly beautiful birds from Sommerlad Poultry to us last week and enclosed in my order […] Read more…


Pickled Blueberries

Blueberries are so much more than jam and danish. So much more than just sweet.  Don’t get me wrong; they’re wonderful in all their sweet glory but factor in a little savoury burst and suddenly, they have an added level of wow. When writing the menu for our next flip, I’d talked myself through all the obvious blueberry […] Read more…

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Mandarin & Rosemary Marmalade

Mandarins have such a beautiful, fresh scent to them that I’ve often wondered why their oil hasn’t been more widely used for perfume. I love to throw the peeled skins in my bath with epsom salts and dried rose petals, their fragrance putting me in a calm, Nanna’s love place. I adore them in cakes instead of oranges, […] Read more…

carrot marmalade

Carrot Marmalade

Carrots lend themselves beautifully to sweet things, carrot cake being a delicious example. They also make wonderful jam. We have 2 carrot flavours that we make at The Jam Pantry, a jam version of said carrot cake and this delicious marmalade. The gorgeous thing about carrots and marmalade is that the carrots retain a little […] Read more…


Quinoa Congee

There are so many reasons we soak pulses and legumes. The most practical is a shorter cooking time. People say it releases a sugar found in the skin which in turn gives a softer result or that an enzyme that renders them indigestible can only be broken down on soaking. For others, it’s as simple […] Read more…


Our Basic Pancake Recipe

You’ve probably noticed that we LOVE pancakes at The Jam Pantry. Not ordinary run of the mill pancakes though. Each flip they’re laced with something, filled with something and covered in something else. There are no rules, except one. Maple syrup must ALWAYS be on the side Here’s our recipe scaled down for your own […] Read more…

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