Betsy is lucky enough to have a neighbor w/ quince trees! She walks us through the process of making jelly and then using the quince pulp to create membrillo, which is a firm paste traditionally eaten in Spain with Manchego, at breakfast or dessert.
A case of quince syrup (that was supposed to be jelly) gets a makeover... now it's quince-orange marmalade with star anise. A lovely solution for a project that had been sitting unfinished for a long time now!
They don't call it paradise for nothing! Quinces, crabapples and lingonberries combine forces to make the prettiest, most delicious jelly you've had. This is your grandma's jelly. She knew what was good.