Festive Flavours

This holiday season Ethnicity Catering, a social enterprise of the Centre for Newcomers, is proud to offer you a festive and international delight
purchase holiday treat - chutney, pickle and jam
Are you looking for a great holiday gift for friends, coworkers, clients or yourself?
Indulge yourself with a combination pack of 3 festive flavours from around the world.
Parsi Chutney, Piccalilli Pickle and Green Apple Jam
Price: $20 (plus GST for a set of 3 jars)
Help support a great cause and enjoy these affordable and tasty delights. All proceeds from this fundraising event go towards Centre for Newcomers programs, impacting over 10, 000 immigrants and refugees every year in Calgary.

Call or e-mail to order 403.537.8809  order@ethnicitycatering.ca

Book your order in advance because these fantastic treats will not last! 
Delivery is available for a flat fee of $15 when 5 or more sets are purchased. Deliveries are scheduled for Fridays, Nov 25 to Dec 16. 
Piccalilli Pickle 
The Oxford English Dictionary traces the word piccalilli to the middle of the 18th century when, in 1758, Hannah Glasse described how "to make Paco-Lilla or India Pickle". British piccalilli contains various vegetables – invariably cauliflower, onion, and gherkin – and seasonings of mustard and turmeric. It is usually used to accompany a dish on a plate rather than as a bread spread. It is popular as a relish with cold cuts, and with cheese dishes.
  Parsi Chutney
The Parsis, whose name means “Persians” in India, are originally from Iran. They live chiefly in Mumbai and in a few towns and surrounding area Bangalore, India and Karachi, Pakistan. This chutney recipe is made from tomatoes and Indian spices and consists of sweet, sour, salty and hot tastes. It is a perfect accompaniment to cheese boards and cold cuts.
Green Apple Jam
Jam typically contains both the juice and flesh of a fruit or vegetable, although some cookbooks define it as a cooked and jelled puree. Our Apple Jam is simply made with apples, sugar and lemon juice, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, allspice, and is a staple in many Canadian pantries.