INTRODUCING…Curds for Cakes! As part of our new ‘Made by Highfield’ range we are proud to present Curds for Cakes. Lemon Curd, Raspberry Curd and Passion Fruit Curd in stylishly packaged gift pack or 290g individual jars. The Made by Highfield stamp is a mark of high quality, great taste and over 30 years of experience creating some of finest jarred products around. Renowned for top-quality tasty preserves Curds for Cakes ‘Made by Highfield’, is an essential in any kitchen.
Expertly made in the traditional way in small pans for maximum flavour in the South West of England. Our curds are perfect in butter icing on the cake or in cake mix in place of some sugar and butter. Curds for Cakes is the perfect baking companion. In addition, cheesecakes can be taken to a new level with curds for cakes used as a colourful, scrumptious topping. Of course, if baking isn’t your thing then drizzle on ice cream or yoghurt for amazing results.
Baking is a time for family and friends to come together in the kitchen and enjoy tasty treats. Ask friends, family, colleagues or literally anyone to bake with you so you can spread the work, spread the fun and spread the curd!
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The age-old debate. One of Great Britain’s oldest traditions, the Traditional Cream Tea. Which is the best way to make a Traditional Cream Tea? Is it Cream then Jam? Jam then Cream? Or does it just not matter? Either way, just to make sure we are all on the same page before we get into this, we’ll make some things clear. A Devonshire Cream Tea consists of clotted cream spread on the bottom of a scone with a nice big dollop of strawberry jam on top. A Cornish Cream Tea consists of Jam spread on the bottom with a dollop of clotted cream on top.
If you don’t already know, Highfield are lucky enough to be growing. Also where have you been!? We have been talking about it non-stop since the beginning of August! Since 1984 Highfield Preserves has been on an exciting journey of growth whilst staying true to our core values of trust, tradition and honesty. We can say that despite growth we have maintained that handmade touch and our founding values. Now in 2017 The Highfield Journey continues as we strive to be the absolute best at what we do.
2016 is now officially in the history books. A year that will be forever remembered as the year Britain voted to leave the European Union and the year the United States of America voted for Donald Trump as their new President. It was a year full of surprises and events that nobody could have predicted at the start of 2016. Now here we are at the start of 2017. A time to reflect and learn from what has happened in the last year and a time to look ahead to what is in store in 2017.
We’ve brought the tinsel down from the loft, untangled the tree lights and picked up an extra box of cards. It can only be that sweet time of year, Christmas.
Why not complete the perfect Christmas story with some of our Christmas preserves. Our featured Christmas Preserves include some of our favourites from the Christmas range https://highfieldpreserves.co.uk/categories/christmas-and-gifts/
We have gift boxes, stocking fillers and standard sized offering all tailored to suit each Christmas occasion. Perfect as a present, on the Christmas dinner table, in a stocking or even as a bauble on the Christmas tree. Enhance your Christmas experience with Highfield Preserves.
These days there are so many ways to keep up to date with all things Highfield Preserves. In this ever evolving world we have to change and evolve and social networking is very much part of this. After all, why would you not want to keep up with all things Highfield at the moment. We certainly have a lot going on. Highfield are doubling in size with an extension to our current unit happening right now. We hope to have the building up and fitted out by the end of March. Of course you can keep right up to date with the building across our social media channels.
On Friday 4th November Highfield Preserves hosted ‘The Big Quiz’ at The Halfway House in Willand. Thank you to our hosts for having us, your service throughout the day was first class. We were hosting ‘The Big Quiz’ to raise vital funds for Cancer Research. As an organisation we like to do whatever we can to raise money for good causes and to support all those within our organisation.
Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal works to transform the lives of sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital. Since 1995, The Grand Appeal has raised over £40 million to support patients and their families. Highfield Preserves is delighted to once again work in partnership with The Grand Appeal to produce gift packs for the ‘Gromit Unleashed’ and ‘Shaun in the City’ campaigns. Anyone wishing to purchase these gift packs can do so here: http://www.wallaceandgromitcharityshop.org.uk/collections/tasty-treats
Since 1995, The Grand Appeal has helped to transform the lives of sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit, providing life-saving equipment, patient activities, new services and family accommodation. 2016 also marks the 150th anniversary of the very first children’s hospital in Bristol.
Bristol Children’s Hospital is one of the UK’s leading children’s hospitals, treating over 100,000 patients every year from across the South West, South Wales and beyond with life-threatening illnesses, and serving as the paediatric intensive care centre for the whole South West region. The hospital is an international specialist centre of excellence for a range of services including neurosurgery, burns, cardiac, leukaemia and bone marrow transplants.
Well, we had great fun last week! Thursday 6th October was National Poetry Day, so we decided to celebrate with our friends on Facebook. We set a challenge – any 4 jars of our preserves for the individual who can come up with the best Limerick about preserves. For those who don’t know, a limerick is a humorous poem consisting of five lines. The first, second, and fifth lines must have seven to ten syllables while rhyming and having the same verbal rhythm. The third and fourth lines only have to have five to seven syllables, and have to rhyme with each other and have the same rhythm. We had so many great entries we thought that we absolutely must put together a blog to share them. We hope you enjoy them.
This is the story of how Highfield started out, all the way back in 1984. Margaret Thatcher was the prime minister; Thomas the Tank Engine first appeared on our screens; The Princess of Wales gave birth to Prince Harry and the English £1 note was withdrawn from circulation. To go back to the very start though, we go back to 1980, the year Ian and Jennifer Fraser moved from Scotland to Devon into what would soon become The Highfield House. Ian and Jennifer began to grow a vineyard and produce their own homemade wines. By 1984 slowly but surely passersby began to visit the Vineyard to have a look around so as a result, Ian and Jennifer decided to open a shop so tourists could purchase some Highfield Vineyard wine. On the back of this ‘Highfield Vineyards’ was formed.