Homemade preserves and jams with farm-fresh fruit are the essence of rural Italian cuisine. This tangy marmalade has a unique, slightly tart aftertaste that is a fabulous contrast when paired with cheeses, crackers, and a sparkling white wine.
I’m not crazy about the color of this marmalade, but love its tart, lemon-y deliciousness. Try it on toast with cream cheese or swirled into cake and muffin batter. Drizzle some over ice cream or fruit sorbet.
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.
My Meyer lemons are starting to come in and will store well on the tree through early spring. I love this tart and sweet marmalade with chunks of fresh pineapple. If you don't have time to macerate the pineapple overnight, mash to prevent floating.
This is the first marmalade that I posted when I started way back in April 2010. Creative marmalades are a great way to keep your canning exciting in the winter months. This one happens to make a superb glaze for pork or chicken.