Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
After a busy holiday season it is time to get back into the kitchen and put by some small batch preserves. Marmalade is traditionally made with Seville oranges, but I will be putting by a Pink Grapefruit Marmalade.
Candied blood orange, bergamot, meyer lemon, and grapefruit peels make a dee-li-cious winter treat. And you end up with scrumptious citrus simple syrup and lots of citrus juice, too.
Do you love apricots? Heck, even if you don't, you'll love these three ways to make apricot jam, with grapefruit, ginger or tangelo. Swear.
This beautiful jar contains no added sugar. With grapefruit and oranges you have all the natural acid and sugar you need. Just add boiling water and now you have sunshine and low calories in a jar.
Recipes come recipes go but technique is forever when it comes to the 18th century invention called marmalade.....come on we all love rules...Muahhhhh
this curd is an explosion of bright citrus and creamy, rich, fresh spring eggs. you absolutely must try it!
Candied peel is a grapefruit lover's heaven. This recipe discusses what might happen if you opt to use organic sugar instead of conventional.
A twist on a classic, replacing grapefruit for lemon and sparking it up with vanilla.
Oranges are not the only fruit. This marmalade has a great flavour and uses ingredients with a longer season than a traditional marmalade.
DIY Marmalade (recipe: Pink Grapefruit & Pomegranate Marmalade)