Perky, quirky Meyer lemons make for a luscious marmalade. Adding water results in a marm that's creamier, fluffier, not sticky! Clementines punch up the flavor and enliven the color. Very nice indeed. Short cooking time, keeps very well.
These clementines might be my favorite thing I’ve canned. They’re easy, quick, seasonal, sweet with enough bitterness to be fun, and so pretty in a jar. Use them with hot chocolate, ice cream, cocktails, or to garnish your favorite winter homebrew.
The process of making this marmalade is very simple and brought the most incredible sweet and fresh fruity fragrance to our kitchen. I’m not sure I’ll ever buy a scented candle again, the fragrance of bubbling clementines is far more appealing,
This mixed citrus liqueur is a greatest hits mix tape of winter citrusy goodness! Cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and allspice add a gentle kiss of spice. Mix it up on Monday, enjoy it by Friday! It's great to sip on the rocks, or shaken into a martini!
Some say the clementine was developed in Algeria by Father Clement Rodier,a French missionary,in Algeria. Cardamom plays an important role in Algerian sweets; paired with star anise in gingery honey syrup, this recipe produces an irresistible aroma.