Having a heritage of English, Irish and Scottish, I grew up loving marmalade spread on my toast. Three fruit marmalade was the very first kind of jam I made all by myself after getting married. I have been making homemade jams and jellies ever since. It seemed fitting that I would be making more marmalade a week before Gary and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary. This marmalade is so easy to do. The Seville orange peels are already sliced into strips and in a can. You just have to add water and sugar and cook this mixture for about 20 minutes. Voila! You have marmalade ready to ladle into your mason or jam jars. We carry the canned Seville orange peels canned at my store, Sharyn’s Pantry. Our dogs Sam and Teddy love to have a wee bite of pumpernickel toast spread with some of my marmalade. I have a part jar of the marmalade for you to see in my store. Enjoy a great week!
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