Quince Paste or Jam?

Visitors to Growers Markets south of Sydney are in luck. Autumn has ripened an abundance of naturally grown Quinces on the trees of an old farm orchard in South West New South Wales.Quince for Wendy's Quince Jam

Wendy of Wendy’s Jam and Crafts has teamed up with Jenny. The results are now available at Wendy’s market stall at selected grower markets.

Quince Paste

Quince Paste has a very concentrated form and is cut with a knife when served with a cheese platter. It is made with less sugar than other Quince products and has a moisture level that only a skilled hand can perfect. This rare offering is available until the batch sells out.Quince Paste at Farmer Markets

Available in 100ml jars, this delicacy made by Jenny in very small batches represents extraordinary value.

Quince Jam

The slightly unattractive lumpy cross between an apple and a pear masks the beauty of flavour that emerges when cooked and transformed into Jam. For those who like the flavoursome taste of Quince on Scones with Cream, on Toast with a Cuppa or as a glaze on Roast Chicken then Quince Jam is easily spreadable. Using naturally grown and ripened Quince and cooking the jam in small quantities removes the need for added colours, vegetable gums and of course is corn syrup free.

Available in 250ml and 100ml jars, this uncommon jam is made by Wendy.

Where to Get your Quince Paste and Quince Jam?