Marmelade Fabrication Maison (Homemade Marmalade)
There are many stories explaining how marmalade originated. This one is our favourite -
Mary Queen of Scots, who spent most of her life in France, arrived Scotland to claim her inheritance. She was not accustomed to the cold wet climate which was a major contibutory factor to frequently her being unwell. She had brought with her a devoted french chef who was very concerned about her condition and would create delicacies to tempt her weakened appetite. He obtained a rare and exotic fruit.especially for Scotland at that time, - oranges. Being an intelligent and resouceful french chef he thought of a way to present her with something she would enjoy and that would tempt her to eat. He devised a recipe that overcame the bitterness of the fruit. There was born 'marmalade' for Marie malade.
There are other stories on our blog - please feel free to add your own.
Oranges Amers Marmelade (Seville Orange Marmalade)
Oranges Amers (Seville Oranges), Sucre, Eau, Acide Citric, Pectin
Marmelade au Whiskey (Whisky Marmalade)
Oranges Amers (Seville Oranges), Sucre, Eau, Acide Citric, Whiskey, Pectin
St Clement Marmelade (St. Clement's Marmalade)
Oranges Amers (Seville Oranges), Citron, Sucre, Eau, Acide Citric, Pectin
The prices vary depending on the size of the jar. We try, whenever possible, to use recycled glass jars. Not only is this ecologically friendly but it also keeps the cost to you as low as possible.
Les prix varient. Nous aimons l'utilisation des bocaux recyclés. Cela aide l'environnement. Economise le gaspillage. Donc le prix est en bas.
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