I told you in my previous post I had a challenge with the Blood Orange Marmalade. Well, reports are coming in that agree with me it's a fabulous syrup for use with booze, and I'm told it's even better with gin. But I realize I hadn't shared my other exploration with citrus, and that occurred with a few big Texas grapefruit.
I followed this approach, from the lovely Nigella Lawson. The difference is that I tucked in a few vanilla pods I brought back with me from Mexico last year, and I cut the fruit into big chunks. This is a big chunky fruit marmalade and thus, the name.
You know what comes next, right? I suggest you turn the volume up. I am.
Is anyone else concerned about the amount of soundtracks I'm putting to my blog posts? I'd suggest you turn the volume up a little higher: I love those ladies!
LOL. Your monologue on Twitter about this post was hilarious. Looks like some good jam you got going there.
That sounds so delicious - like sunshine in a jar!
Reminds me of the Blood Orange and Basil martini I had last week.
Mmmm...I love marmalade. On a crunchy toasted english muffin, or in a PB&J, there's nothing better.
Except maybe strawberry freezer jam.
Damn, I'm drooling.
I'll bring the gin.
Cocktails at your house? :)
Wow, I really enjoyed your recent post can't wait to read more!! I love it!!
Grapefruit marmalade is the best. I make it for my dad every year as he loves it. This year I mixed grapefruit with clementines and it was superb!
Wow that looks dreamy! mmm!
I got to your site from the valentines post at heavypetal, and you said you have a front yard garden! Really? I also have a front yard vegetable garden. I love connecting with people that garden veggies in the front.
Have a great day!
This sounds SO delicious! Do you ever sell your preserves on Etsy? i would *LOVE* to try some of this.
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