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Difference Between Fruit Butters, Marmalades, Jams, Jellies
Before refrigeration, Eastern Europeans preserved the fresh fruit flavor of summer by making butters, conserves, curds, jams, jellies, marmalades and preserves.
What Is Marmalade vs. Jelly and Jam? - Recipes for Home Cooking
What is marmalade? How does marmalade differ from jelly or jam? The answer is provided within this FAQ.
Marmalade Recipes - Home Cooking - Recipes for Home Cooking
Marmalade Recipes. Here you will find recipes for homemade marmalades as well as recipes using marmalade as an ingredient.
Meyer (Or Regular) Lemon Marmalade Recipe - Local Foods
Take advantage of in-season lemons by making this tart and tempting Lemon Marmalade. Use regular or Meyer lemons.
How to Make Marmalade - Step-By-Step Guide - Local Foods
See how to make delicious homemade marmalade – orange, grapefruit, lemon, or whatever combination you like!
Marmalade Recipes - Frugal Living - About.com
Create fancy marmalades from a few inexpensive ingredients.
Chutneys and Marmalades - Recipes for Chutneys and Marmalades
Chutneys and marmalades are both made by cooking fruit with plenty of sugar to preserve it and, in the case of chutneys, some spices to add a bit of kick.
Greek Recipes for Jams, Jellies, and Marmalades - Greek Food
Greek cooking relies heavily on seasonal fruits and when the season arrives, jams, marmalades, and jellies are home cooking favorites.
The Difference Between Jam, Jelly and Marmalade
Jam, jelly and marmalade are all delicious preserves, but what are the differences between them? Read here, they are not as similar as you would think.
Kumquat Marmalade with Bourbon - Food Preservation - About.com
Many thanks to the reader who took my basic recipe for kumquat marmalade and turned it into something extra special with the addition of a splash of bourbon.