This is a blog about home canning—or "putting up" as one might say where I'm from—and it will cover jams and other fruit preserves, pickles and briny things, canned vegetables (above all tomatoes) and the complement of condiments that includes relishes, sauces, salsas and those related preparations that result when you chunk bits of seasonal produce and preserve them in a syrup either piquant or sweet.

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Friday
Feb172012

Blood Orange Marmalade

 

I'm teaching two marmalade classes this weekend, so thought I better get into the kitchen to make sure my recipe still works. I love working with citrus, and blood oranges are the prettiest citrus of all.

Reader Comments (4)

It still holds up. I went to your Surfas demonstration a couple years back and make your citrus marmalade every year since. In fact, I made a batch last night. People love it! I love it!

February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSu Sazama

Of course your recipe works! I made my fourth or fifth batch of marmalade using your recipe, just last weekend. I found the recipe last year, and the marmalade was so good, I knew I had to come back to it. Thank you.

February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKat

Indeed the prettiest citrus is the blood orange. My personal fav. I wait all year for them.

When will your cook book be available??

Thanks!

February 20, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdeb

I love blood oranges... I buy them by the dozen and throw them in everything this time of year.

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