• RoseMary Griffith

    Ha! I love that you were given lemons, will give marmalade, and may well wind up with more lemons! I so wish we had citrus trees here, but Pittsburgh just isn’t the place to grow them. Lemons cost about .50 a piece! That’s on a good day. Love the beautiful pictures of this recipe.

  • Catarina Alexon

    Love lemon marmelade. The pictures and your recipe makes it look so simple. Maybe I should have a go at it..

  • Susan, I don’t know where I can buy Meyer lemons here but after reading up on them I sure am going to keep looking. This recipe sounds terrific and will be another one added to my ‘Susan’s recipes’ Pinterest Board.

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Wow, this sounds refreshing. I can honestly say that I’ve never tried a marmalade made with lemons.

  • I’m not sure if I like marmalade or not having only tried it a few times, though I do remember when the breakfast place I used to wait tables at stopped carrying the orange variety and the regular customers went berserk 😉

  • Susan, the photography in your posts is always so taste-tempting! I can only imagine how wonderful the kitchen would smell when you are working with all those lemons. I’ve never had lemon marmalade, but would certainly love to try it. Thx for the recipe.

  • I love marmalade, although I’ve never tried lemon. This looks absolutely delicious! And I bet it made your house smell heavenly. Thanks for the tip about the frozen plate and spoon. I would never have known to try that.

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I need to share this with my grandma. She’s into making jams and jelly’s and such. This would totally be up here alley.