By Peter Graham
Another recipe, given to me by Yvette Gazal, that exploits the wild larder. This dandelion-flower jelly is supposed to be good for the throat and lungs; it is also startlingly tasty.
Trim all the leaves off the dandelion flowers so only the yellow petals are left. Cut the oranges and lemons, unpeeled, into slices and put in a large saucepan. Add the dandelion flowers and cover with 2 litres (70 fl oz</