I really only like homemade marmalade and have been making marmalade since I was in my early 20s. My mum always made her own marmalade and used to put the peel through the mincer, I would help by turning the handle. When I spoke to her at the weekend she was planning to make some marmalade and bemoaning the fact that she no longer has that mincer!
I managed to source some Seville Oranges and turned to my old favourite recipe from Home and Freezer Digest (regular readers will have worked out by now that I learnt a lot of my cooking from this little magazine published in the 1980s and 90s) I usually chop the peel in the food processor for home consumption, but this time I am entering a jar of marmalade in the World’s Original Marmalade Awards and Festival 2nd & 3rd March 2013
in Cumbria, attracts thousands of entries from all over the world. Everyone who sends in a jar gets their marmalade
tasted by a panel of expert judges and then gets sent a personalised mark card
with feedback on how the marmalade can be improved – or if they are lucky a gold, silver or bronze
award. Judges for 2013 include Pam Corbin and the WI.
Seville Orange Marmalade
If you are cooking or baking your breakfast between now and 24th February, remember to link up to Breakfast Club and the good news is…Helen of Fuss Free Flavours has arranged for one lucky Breakfast Clubber to win a Sharpham Park Breakfast Hamper containing:
All you have to do is link your cooked or baked breakfast blog post to the Breakfast Club and we will choose one Breakfast Club entrant by Random Number Generator when the Breakfast Club ends on 24th February.