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Quince and Apple Fig and Black Tea Jam

Quince and Apple Fig and Black Tea Jam

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Quince and Apple

Size 6 oz

Full-bodied black tea and sweet, delicate figs combine in sultry counterpoint, creating a thoroughly seductive preserve. Perfect for High Tea and Scones.

Spread on a sliced baguette or good cracker with goat cheese and prosciutto.

Spoon over vanilla ice cream for an out-of-the-ordinary dessert.

  • Eat with toast and eggs
  • Pair with Chevre, Gouda or a mellow bleu
  • Pair with prosciutto, salami or sopresatta
  • Spoon over vanilla ice cream
  • Spread on a grilled cheese with Gouda and whole wheat bread
  • Spread with ricotta and honey on a lightly toasted baguette

Moody Blue® Flatbread


Quince & Apple Figs and Black Tea Preserves, Flatbread or naan, Moody Blue® Roth cheese, Arugula, Pancetta, Sliced apples and pears


Spread Quince & Apple Figs and Black Tea preserve on naan or flatbread, top with pancetta, sliced apples and pears, Moody Blue® Roth cheese and arugula; bake at 400° F for 8-10 minutes, or until cheese has melted.

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Pork Loin Stuffed with Figs and Black Tea Preserves

  • 1 Boneless Pork Loin Roast – 2 1/2 to 3 pounds
  • 1 T Canola Oil
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1 jar Quince and Apple Figs and Black Tea Preserves
  • 1 T Fresh Rosemary, chopped
  • 1 cup Sourdough Bread, crumbled
  • 1 C Chicken Stock (plus 1 or 2 T more as needed)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.With a long, thin knife, cut a 1 to 1 1/2
inch hole running lengthwise through the center of the pork loin. You
may need to cut in from both ends to make sure the hole goes all the way

Combine Figs and Black Tea
preserves, rosemary and sourdough bread in a bowl. The mixture should
be fairly moist. If it is too dry, add chicken stock to moisten. If too
wet, add more bread crumbs.

Stuff pork loin with fig mixture so that it is evenly distributed
throughout. Season the pork loin liberally with salt and pepper.

Heat oil in a pan over high heat until very hot. Brown pork loin on
all sides and transfer the entire pan, with the pork loin, to the oven.
If your pan does not have an oven safe handle, you can transfer the loin
to a roasting pan, but do not wash the pan in which you browned the
pork. You will need it to make the sauce.

Cook for 45 to 60 minutes, or until a thermometer in the center reads 160 degrees.

Remove the roast from the oven and place the roast on a plate or
cutting board and left rest for 10 minutes before slicing and serving.

While the roast is resting, put the pan over high heat and add
chicken stock. If you used a separate pan to roast the pork, do this
step with the original browning pan. Use a wooden spoon to scrape up all
the bits of browned meat on the bottom of the pan. Reduce the stock
over high heat for 3 to 5 minutes to make a sauce for the pork.

Slice pork loin and spoon sauce from pan over the top.

Serve with roasted potatoes and wilted greens.

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