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.
This marmalade is kissed with warming spices, and the addition of black sesame seeds was originally to produce a festive jam for Halloween, but it turns out that they actually lend an earthy flavor and snappy texture to the oranges' tart personality.
This spicy sour sweet spread was unexpectedly versatile with crackers, toast, even muffins. I didn't think it would be sweet enough (and it is sour!) but it combines well with a dry tasty bread or cracker to balance the tastes. Very different!
The new Ball FreshTECH countertop jam machine is actually a pretty cool appliance. Most of us on this site are way beyond this easy breezy cooker, but it does have its merits. Strawberry Lemon Marmalade is a great combo!
Marmalade, typically made with oranges, gets an extra zing when made with Meyer lemons. This recipe makes a wonderful sweet and tart accompaniment for toast or croissants, and it can also be used as a glaze for broiled meats or seafood...
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,