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Caught up in a Jam

Caught up in a Jam
Text by Tommy Werner / Photo by Hélène Dujardin

One of our favorite things to do is eat fruit out of season. Just kidding! With marmalade though, you can have your favorite fruits at any time of year. Elizabeth Field’s newest single-subject cookbook Marmalade features over 50 recipes for an alternative use of fresh fruit that comes in handy once winter’s arrived. Since fresh citrus is at its peak now, recipes like a bitter orange marmalade with rosewater and almonds are perfect. Field’s mash-up of marmalades took years to put together with resources from professional cooks to taxi drivers (they know how to deal with jams).

We’ve included some of the recipes from the book for you to try out with fresh citrus. Check out the book for even more, or give it as a gift to continue an English tradition of 250 years.


Tangerine and Vanilla Marmalade
Meyer Lemon, Ginger, and Mint Marmalade

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