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  1. You are so right! And your marmalade is so attractive.

  2. Thanks Kimberley! Maybe we can arrange a jam and rugelach swap?

  3. Just seeing this now. Yes to a jam swap! Rugelach, sadly, is long gone. I am making an orange/lemon marmalade right now (maybe with rosemary if I feel bold.)

  4. Kath Phelps

    I wondered if you might tell me what calcium water is! I have never heard of this term/ingredient before.
    Many thanks
    Kath

    • Hi Kath, Good question! Calcium water is something that’s used with Pamona’s Pectin, a low-sugar pectin brand. If you’re using another type of pectin, just adjust your recipe to follow the guidelines with that pectin (and omit the calcium water).

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  3. [...] Wreaths with Felt Flowers *Homemade Creme de Menthe *Grapefruit Cranberry Marmelade *Crema di Limoncello *Cute Little Marble Magnets *Homemade Vanilla Extract *The Cutest Little [...]

  4. [...] check out: Brooklyn Supper’s Grapefruit  Cranberry Marmalade [...]

  5. [...] made cinnamon blood-orange marmalade from this book (which I highly recommend by the way) and this marmalade (it’s citrus season hence only marmalades thus far). They made for lovely Christmas gifts [...]



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