Can anyone recommend a good coarse cut orange marmalade that I could use to make the Orange Marmalade Cake in today's New York Times' Dining & Wine section?
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If there is a grocery store in you're area that has an imported goods section, check the Irish/English shelf and look for fruitfield old time Irish coarse cut marmalade .... It's delicious !
If there is a World Market store in your area they carry Duerr's Coarse Cut Seville Orange Marmalade. It is a favorite with my husband (who deems himself a "Marmalade Expert".
There is a Blood Orange marmalade recipe in here somewhere. I made it the other day and it is perfect for using in cakes. So good. Takes 4 days though but worth it
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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