Thursday Cottage is not just a cosy, made-up name on a jam-pot - it's a real cottage where their delicious range of jams, marmalades and curds were first produced.
Curds are a particularly English concoction of fruit, sugar, eggs (fresh pasteurized free range) and pure country butter.
The mixture is gently cooked in a double-boiler to create a range of rich, creamy confections. They are delicious on bread, toast or scones and useful for making puddings.
Berry, Curd & Cream Dream Dessert
8 oz. whipping cream
1 jar lemon curd
berries of choice (I prefer blueberries with lemon curd!)
Whip the cream. Fold the curd into the cream. Layer in parfait glasses or margarita glasses alternating with berries. Add chocolate shavings on top. Refrigerate. Makes 4 servings
|If you have ever tried making homemade lemon curd, you know it can be a tedious process with lots of stirring, straining and watching the heat. If you were successful, you also know how deliciously addictive lemon curd can be. One day you decide to purchase lemon curd in a jar to avoid the mess and fuss. However, many lemon curd recipes do not actually contain real butter and real lemon juice! Thankfully, Thursday Cottage Lemon Curd is the real deal. The sweet , creamy yet citrusy-tart flavor is to die for! It is rich so a little goes a long way. My favorite way to enjoy it is spread on pancakes!|
|- JUDY BINDNER, AR|
|This is the most luscious and tangy lemon curd that I have ever had. Im not yet out, but I am buying more right now so that I have another jar full when I run out.|
|- Maria, UT|
|Served the lemon curd on scones to my family and friends. They all loved it. High quality product. The lemon has the perfect tang. Highly recommend this product.|
|- Donna Cooper, NS|