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    This is based on a really old recipe one of my Grandmother's friends used to use. I was never a fan of marmalade as a kid until I tried hers, and I wrote her 'reciept' down and kept it. I've messed with it a bit since then, and while I prefer the product which I get when I use Myer Lemons from my little potted tree on my back deck, this is almost as good using Eurekas or Ponderosas from the supermarket. Make sure you've got a candy thermometer around to use! I've found that the apple skin helps set the marmalade better; you can make it without the skin, but it will be a very loose, soft-set product.

    Recipe #463211

    I have lost and found this recipe again more times than I can remember, so I want to post it here so I cannot lose it again. Decadent, rich, delicious...all we have to do is tell a group that this is the planned dessert and we have all "Yes" RSVPs for the event. It's got a lot of steps, but is essentially easy to make, and the results are out of this world. Make the cream first, then refrigerat it so you can serve it cold over the warm cake! I got this recipe from a friend years ago, and all she could tell me was that the basics came from some diet TV show. This is not diet, unless you're trying to gain weight, so I have no clue. I've altered it a bit from the original.

    Recipe #463095

    Bless his heart, my diabetic (shouldn't even open the jar) husband LOVES this stuff and whines every year until I make a batch - which we end up giving away for Christmas. Years ago, I purchased a Jar of Strawberry Pernod Jam at a Farmers Market in Danville from a very elderly woman. Loved it, and went back to purchase more, but never saw her again, so fooled around until I came up with something pretty darn close. earlier versions failed to be as punchy as hers, until I got the idea to add some blueberries from an Ina Garten recipe, and that was the secret ingredient. I borrow my Mom's "Paula Dean" large teflon interior stew pan to make my jams in and use a silicone spoonula for stirring. It works just great.

    Recipe #463044

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