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Thread: Meyer Lemon Marmalade

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    Meyer Lemon Marmalade

    Hubby brought these home so after we used a few in other things, this was a natural. This is the super easy recipe I used.
    http://www.chefheidifink.com/blog/ge...mon-marmalade/

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    Marmalade, yummy! I am the only one in my house that likes it so I just buy a small jar for myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Marmalade, yummy! I am the only one in my house that likes it so I just buy a small jar for myself.
    Ditto for me. But this recipe sounds gooood.

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    I have a Meyer lemon tree in my backyard. I think I will make some for my sister as she loves marmalade and I have excess lemons!
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    oh if you have a jar extra, send it down my way. looks wonderful!

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    I wish I could grow them in my back yard here in Va.
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    Never heard of these before reading the op.......went grocery shopping last nite, and saw a bag, so since just fresh in my mind, bought a bag. Since it said combo of lemon/orange, thought I could maybe just eat one. Wrong! So, since I am not planning on making marmalade, what else can i do with these. I did use a few slices to make a bottle of lemon/duke water........add to hot tea, yes - I only "cook" with lemon when I have salmon steaks....

    i will pass a few along to my dd, if she's interested......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Never heard of these before reading the op.......went grocery shopping last nite, and saw a bag, so since just fresh in my mind, bought a bag. Since it said combo of lemon/orange, thought I could maybe just eat one. Wrong! So, since I am not planning on making marmalade, what else can i do with these. I did use a few slices to make a bottle of lemon/duke water........add to hot tea, yes - I only "cook" with lemon when I have salmon steaks....

    i will pass a few along to my dd, if she's interested......
    I make Meyer Lemon Curd. It is an easy recipe. Let me know if you would like it. You can make it in a microwave or if you have a VitaMix blender, it is a snap to make.

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