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Marmalade

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on December 17, 2012

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Mineola Tangelo Marmalade

I posted this recipe last year ,and I thought it was worth bringing to your attention once again.  The trees are full and it is a wonderful crop this year.  What could be better than a morning treat, think scone or bisquit, with marmalade?

It is citrus season in the desert of Southern California.  The fragrance of citrus flowers wafts through the dry desert air [click to continue…]

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