From dialysis to dinner, Posh Pickles.

Do you like cooking?

I don’t, well not much anyway, but I do like tasty food and I’m always looking for easy tips and additions that can add flavour, that’s how I came across Posh Pickles & Preserves.

Steph the founder of Posh Pickles is an inspiration, she suffered kidney failure at the age of 20, and although dealing with a life changing condition she was determined to start her own business, which she now runs with partner Rob, in Cheshire.

Recently I went to visit PoshPickles, not only to sit in the gorgeous sunny garden and drink tea, but to find out what inspired Steph to start up a business, despite dealing with illness.

Steph knew her condition would dictate her working life so instead of worrying about the boss, she became the boss, and started the business in 2005,

The business went from strength to strength and won the Prince’s Trust Award for Business Success in 2006 and Outstanding Business Achievement Award in 2007.

Steph has always had a passion for food, taking great pleasure in discovering new and exciting flavour combinations that have created a delicious and varied range of chutneys, relishes, oils and jams, using all natural ingredients.

I got to try some when I visited…

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The flavours are amazing, and with names like Peruvian Guindilla Fresca Hot Sauce,  Bloody Mary Chutney and Sticky Chipotle Onion Jam you know you’re in for something special.

Posh Pickles also blogs her recipes.

How about Sausage Curry with Cheeky Chilli Relish

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PoshPickles happily donates money from the sale of Tangy Braeburn Apple Chutney to The National Kidney Federation,

Two million people in the UK have kidneys that are under performing. 60,000 kidneys have already failed completely (mine being two of them) There are 30,000 transplant patients that need ongoing support, and 30,000 dialysis patients and their families and carers that need ongoing support.

Always thinking of new ideas Posh Pickles now provide wedding Favours, how pretty is this.

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So if you’re looking for a tasty addition for meals or something different as a present, especially for a foodie, you can’t go wrong choosing a delicious jar from Posh Pickles and Preserves.

This is not a sponsored post, it’s about Steph, an amazing lady that’s working hard.

 

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13 Comments

    • July 7, 2015 / 12:18

      Thanks Catie, she is & so cheery too.

  1. June 26, 2015 / 06:43

    Steph sounds like an incredible woman. I’ll check their website.

  2. June 25, 2015 / 19:15

    I DO love a good pickle especially with cheese

    • June 25, 2015 / 20:34

      They are gorgeous Claire, & thanks for commenting : )

  3. June 24, 2015 / 09:23

    I LOVE pickles – I’m off to check out the site. I’m always inspired by those that run their own business.

    • June 24, 2015 / 12:32

      Fiona, it really is lovely stuff & she’s an inspiration. Thanks for reading.

  4. June 23, 2015 / 18:24

    Aw what a lovely post about Steph. She sounds such an inspiration for anyone thinking of starting their own business. I absolutely love pickles and relishes. Does she also have a local shop Lorraine ? xx

    • June 23, 2015 / 18:41

      Whitmore & White in Frodsham stock them, & she does markets as well as online. Hoping to be more local soon. x

      • June 23, 2015 / 18:43

        Good excuse to go to Frodsham as been wanting to go to Whitmore and White since it opened. Thanks Lorraine x

        • June 23, 2015 / 19:40

          The Indie market on 1st & 3rd Saturday is lovely (village Hall) x

  5. June 23, 2015 / 13:47

    Ooh these sounds delicious! I’m a huge fan of chutneys and pickles *sets off to check the range*

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