<p>It’s that time of the year, when everything is growing on the garden, trees are blooming and the outsides are just perfect to look at. But it is also that time of the year, when it’s slowly time to clean out your pantry and the delicous foods you carefully made last year. One of them being this DELICIOUS quince marmalade we made last autumn. (we will repeat the process, so expect a gorgeous quince marmalade recipe in a few months.) Quince, honey, cheese and pepper go together wonderfully, try it sometimes and let us know what you think. </p>
Slice the bread, we used homemade corn bread, but you can of course experiment with any bread. Toast it and when it is still hot spread over quite a thick layer of quince marmalade. Add thin slices of any hard cheese (we used a local cow hard cheese). Also add small chunks of blue cheese, sprinkle with fresh ground pepper and drizzle with honey.
The best variety of honey in this case would be acacia honey or wildflower honey, because of its light aroma