Paul O’Grady has wowed his legions of fans yet again with his impressive home farm concoctions.
The comedian and presenter, 65, showed off some homemade goods on social media.
Taking to Instagram, the For The Love of Dogs host shared his homemade chutneys.
In view of his some 253,000 followers he shared a lengthy post on his cooking endeavours.
Is there any end to Paul O’Grady’s talents?!
This included: “Since the plum and apple tree have gone crazy this year I’ve been busy making chutney.
“The house stinks of vinegar and I’ve received multiple burns from boiling hot chutney and taking hot jars out of the oven.”
However, he shared his frustration at staying up to 2am in order to perfect his recipe.
He continued: “I started making the Quince at 8pm and was still straining the bloody stuff through muslin at 2am.
“I’m glad I’m back working again as the life of a chutney maker isn’t for me. I don’t even like the stuff.”
Despite his reservations, fans lined up to beg him to sell his homemade goods.
Paul O’Grady joked his chutneys come with a ‘severe health warning’
One user wrote: “Can you send some in the post looks delicious, I will pay you for them.”
And another user praised: “Well done Paul next you’ll be opening a stall at the local market. New horizons xxx.”
Others suggested he sells them for charity.
One user urged: “Oh yum I would love a jar of the apple plum chutney. You could always give to one of the animal charities to sell or raffle.”
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Since the plum and apple tree have gone crazy this year I’ve been busy making chutney. The house stinks of vinegar and I’ve received multiple burns from boiling hot chutney and taking hot jars out of the oven. I know you’re supposed to put fancy little gingham covers on the lids but as I haven’t got any fancy little gingham nor could I be bothered if I did so these jars will just have to go nude. So far I’ve made 15 jars of apple and plum chutney and a load of Quince Jelly which you have with cheese and cold meats or so I’ve been told. I started making the Quince at 8pm and was still straining the bloody stuff through muslin at 2am. I’m glad I’m back working again as the life of a chutney maker isn’t for me. I don’t even like the stuff.
A second user advised: “If you don’t really like it you can take it to one of your local shops who will sell it for you and give the money to charity.”
Paul responded to the feedback, but sadly said he doesn’t want to sell his home creations anytime soon.
He joked that his chutneys could be a health hazard: “To everyone who’s asked I’m afraid I won’t be selling any of this as it comes with a severe health warning and the jars cannot be opened near a naked flame as they are probably combustible.
“I wouldn’t recommend operating heavy machinery after a few spoonfuls with a bit a cheddar either. I might put a skull and crossbones on the jars just in case….”
Paul lives on a farm in rural Kent with his husband Andre Portasio.
Here they have dogs, sheep, chickens and pigs.
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