Whether spread liberally over freshly buttered toast, poured over a steamed pudding, used as a meat glaze or eaten straight from the jar, nothing can beat the unique bittersweet taste of home-made marmalade. Traditionally made with citrus fruits, this little book will also introduce you to new fruit combinations such as cranberry, pomelo, pumpkin, pineapple and lemon grass, and includes recipes with marmalade as a key ingredient. The beautiful photographs are sure to inspire and the easy-to-follow instructions guarantee successful results every time. MARMALADE Classic Recipes for the Ultimate Home-Made Preserve Maggie Mayhew CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Author: Maggie Mayhew is a food writer and home economist and contributes to many food and lifestyle magazines include Home and Living. Among her published works are The Fruit and Vegetable Cookbook, The World Encyclopedia of Fruit, and Tarts.
Biblio NotesA fabulous introduction to making sweet and tangy marmalades including wonderful ways to use them in the kitchen Includes classic preserves such as Oxford Marmalade, St Clement s Marmalade and Lemon and Ginger Marmalade, as well as more unusual combinations like Tangerine and Lemon Grass Marmalade, and Peach and Kumquat Marmalade Also features recipes that include marmalade such as Bitter Marmalade Chocolate Loaf, Marmalade Sticky Squares, and Marmalade and Soy Roast Duck A useful introductory section provides information on ingredients, equipment and preserving techniques Illustrated with stunning photographs by Craig Robertson of practical steps and sumptuous final dishes Each recipe has a full nutritional breakdown
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