• Jacqueline Gum

    Never having made marmalade, I found it nteretsig to know that you use the seeds and why. Sounds like another winner:)

  • I’ve always loved the smell and color of orange marmalade, though jams and jellies aren’t one of my favorite condiments, I do enjoy them on occasion.

  • That looks so delicious. What a great present idea too!

  • Catarina Alexon

    Your orange marmalade sounds absolutely delicious, Susan!

  • Thanks for the recipe Susan. I have tried several commercial marmalades over the past little while and found something missing – they don’t seem to be quite as concentrated as before. I’m going to try yours – printed it off actually and stuck it on my fridge (where else, right?)

  • Susan — I love orange marmalade. It may be my favorite jam. Nothing like it on an English muffin. Look forward to your scones recipe because I love those, too. (Actually, I love food!)

  • Rose Mary Griffith

    I love orange marmalade. Your recipe looks utterly delicious. Now, if only getting oranges was as simple as in CA when I used to buy them by the side of the road. Sigh!

  • Oh yum. Putting Valencia oranges on the grocery list, and in the meantime, heading to the kitchen to toast some bread because I just can’t wait that long and need some orange marmalade NOW.