Attempting not to ‘try them all out’. I’m Janie, I’m a food writer, photographer and recipe creator. Remember how I recently told you about my adorable friend Kate and her freshly published Veggie Desserts cookbook? All round to your house for a party when this is ready! Preheat the oven to 375°F. Wild Honey & Rye is chock full of traditional Polish recipes with a modern twist. I think you;re gonna love it Calleigh! I’ve not made anything blackberry at all this year which is really quite shocking. Jane this post is so lovely! Home-grown veggies, our hens’ eggs, foraged wild foods & local ingredients. That looks great. Jane x, […] Blackberry Flavoured Vodka at Hedgecombers […], […] Kitchen Talk Plum And Poppy Seed Traybake And Wild Honey & Rye Review on Domestic Gothess Blackberry Flavoured Vodka on The Hedge Combers Curd Cheese, Honey & Walnuts on Toast and Wild Honey & Rye on Tin […], […] Blackberry Flavoured Vodka – The Hedgecombers […], […] My blackberry flavoured vodka is still in the brewing phase, although it is now ready to strain (and taste test!). From tasty wholesome meals to simple camping recipes, I guarantee a real foodie adventure! Learn how your comment data is processed. If you give this recipe a go (and you manage not to break into the stash in the meantime) please join me in raising a glass to Ren on Christmas day :). Funnily enough, this recipe has been on my to-do list since mid summer, when I first saw the blackberries ripening down here in Cornwall! Your email address will not be published. Instructions. Please take the time to read Ren’s story on bringing her cookbook dream to life here. ;). Now, I found your post, so I guess we’ll be tackling this later. This blackberry infused vodka couldn’t be simpler to make. Perfect! If you’ve been lucky enough to find yourself a big haul of blackberries, I can think of few better ways to to use them all up and preserve them, by popping them into alcohol! Pour over the vodka, seal the jar and shake. I am ALL over this recipe now! The wild blackberry season usually starts late summer ALL the way through to the end of October. Such a gorgeous looking recipe and such a great book. Ahhh, thanks Ren! Add the sugar and lightly crush the berries with the sugar. I know so little about Polish cooking, it would be fun to flip through the pages of this book. If you’re out foraging blackberries soon, why not use them to brew this delicious Blackberry Flavoured Vodka. Read More. Oh wow, those photographs have me wanting to dash outside and pick blackberries immediately – just gorgeous. The same can be said for making gin based liqueurs. And depending on the time of year, we’ll either have pigs in the field or bacon in the freezer. Saving some for later to make homemade blackberry and apple crumble or pie. I love that you made Blackberry Vodka and I’m sure it will prove to be a most useful tipple during the autumn months. We have picked lots of blackberries and been trolling the internet to scour some recipes. I often have a couple of bottles of blackberry gin on the go!! Oh and if those dishes make you want to go and bake, I did a little mash up and combined the two right here in my Blackberry and Apple Crumble Pie recipe. Loving Ren’s book too. Ren comes from Polish descent, and her book is a tribute to her food heritage. I share my home with Jonny and a little black rescue cat called Sassy. In fact it would be a complete waste of money to use a ‘good’ brand. Read More…. Grease a 9×13 inch pan. Thank you Caroline, that is music to my ears! Seems this was blackberry flavoured fate :). Wild Honey and Rye – Modern Polish Recipes, Kavey Eats » Ren’s Polish Honey & Rye Loaf, Kavey Eats » Pierogi Ruskie | Polish Dumplings with Cheese and Potatoes, Buckwheat and Beetroot Salad with Feta, Walnuts and Honey by Ren Behan / Wild Honey & Rye - Cookbook Review » Coffee & Vanilla, One-Pan Polish Breakfast and a Review of Wild Honey & Rye | Farmersgirl Kitchen, 25 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas - The Hedgecombers. Living the real-food dream on a Cornish smallholding. Serve your delicious blackberry vodka chilled, preferably from the freezer. Beautiful photographs, too – I’m in love! Wow, this is spectacular ~ I can’t believe the scale of those jugs of berry-licious vodka ~ this is a must try! Jane x. Love the idea of making this as a holiday gift! I was flipping through to find a recipe to make and share with you today, and I stumbled over the recipe for blackberry flavoured vodka. Required fields are marked *. Blackberry vodka recipe, anyone? This blackberry infused vodka couldn’t be simpler to make. If you give this recipe a go (and you manage not to break into the stash in the meantime) please join me in raising a glass to Ren on Christmas day :) Blackberry Vodka Recipe Well today I’m bringing you this blackberry vodka recipe courtesy of another beautiful cookbook, written by another beautiful friend! […], Your email address will not be published. Leave to infuse in a cool place for 2-4 weeks. The wild blackberry season usually starts late summer ALL the way through to the end of October. Today we are focusing on the work of Ren Behan. Me neither Katie, and I love finding out more about different cuisines :) Strain the vodka into a bottle. Jane x. At this rate I’m going to have to get a dedicated bookshelf just to hold the work of all my blogging buddies! Filed Under: All Recipes, Autumn Recipes, Blackberry Recipes, Dairy Free Recipes, DIY & Foodie Gifts, Frugal Recipes, Preserving Recipes, Reviews & PR, The Kitchen, Wild Food. And you can find yourself a copy on Amazon here:  Wild Honey and Rye – Modern Polish Recipes (affiliate link). Brewing your own blackberry flavoured vodka is just amazing, I enjoyed reading your post so much, thanks for sharing your method. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. The food is full of fun and the book is interlaced with engaging family tales and of course, sumptuous photography. I’ve made this blackberry vodka recipe on a BIG scale as a) it is a fantastic year for blackberries, and b) I’m making this in advance as Christmas gifts for friends and family this year. Wash the blackberries and place them in a sterilised 1.5 litre preserving jar. It’s one I’ve been meaning to make ever since making cassis last year – I just knew the blackberries would give a darn good flavour too :) This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Thanks for the recipe. I have been making this liqueur for over 40 years and can assure you there is absolutely no need to use a good quality vodka, the cheapest brand will make just as good drink.