"This jam is for people who can't decide what they want on their toast in the morning," says Kylee Newton of Broadway favourites Newton & Pott and author of The Modern Preserver. "I discovered two-tone jams in Paris and fell in love with the idea. The French are the stars of confiture and I wanted to bring back this expertise and share it with everyone."
Not to mention it makes for seriously good-looking jam, with the added benefit of being two flavours for the price of one. This one is ideal for early autumn.
We’re sure you won’t need any help, but our tip is to go for it with a long-handled spoon to make sure you get a good mix of the peach and the blackberry.
If you like the the look of this, you can apply the same technique to similar jams with a medium set.
This recipe makes 6-8 228ml jars, which keep unopened for up to 6 months. Once opened, refrigerate and eat within 4-6 weeks.