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Mandarin Orange Jam

mandarin orange jam

Ahhhhh so much citrus, so little time! The markets are full of wonderful varieties of grapefruits and oranges right now.  And I’m sure many of you buy those super easy to peel little clementine mandarin’s this time of year.  My daughter and I love them and we get them by the bag full from one of my favorite growers at our local Farmers Market, Arnett Farms.

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Grape Jam

grape jam

Did you know there are 8,000+ varieties of grapes worldwide? Grapes are one of the oldest cultivated crops and it’s believed that Columbus brought grapes to North America from Europe. Although grown mostly for wine making, in the mid 1800’s the first commercial table grape vineyard was started in California.

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Blood Orange Marmalade

blood orange marmalade

Citrus is everywhere right now, so this is the perfect time to pick up some blood oranges.  Don’t be put off by the name… an orange by any other name is still an orange. Only these glisten red when sliced into, and most varieties are a bit sweeter than regular oranges.  They are very succulent and sweet, so they are a great orange for juicing and making preserves.

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