Posts Tagged ‘how to make jam’

Lazy Citrus Marmalade

March 13, 2016

Why marmalade?  Marmalade captures the bittersweet tangy brilliance that is citrus and preserve it for later in the year – like summer. I think that one of the only redeeming parts of winter is citrus fruit. I hate the cold and I live in Minnesota, so this is for reals.  Read more ›

Sour Cherry Jam with Kirsch

July 23, 2015

Sour cherries are my most favorite fruit and sour cherry jam is the one jam that I am truly addicted to.  I fondly remember picking cherries as a kid, which my mother packed into jars and preserved for pies in the winter.  Cherry pie is also my favorite pie, in case anyone wants to make me one. Read more ›

Marmalade Madness

February 1, 2012

I have a confession to make.  I do not love marmalade.  I know I should.  I want to.  All that gorgeous fruit in colorful arrays, brightening the cold winter days.  The smell of cooking marmalade is divine.  I love citrus rind in dressings and desserts, risottos and sauces.  But when it comes to spreading it on toast, the bitterness is to much for me.  I love bitter things, just not on my toast. 

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