This cute marmalade pot is holding the Seville marmalade that I made last night. Very tasty. Here’s the recipe.
1kg Seville oranges.
Wash and scrub oranges, then cut into quarters, removing any pips. Same with the lemon. Put in a large metal pan to simmer away for two hours. After this time, take the rinds out, and slice into thin strips. Remove any pips that you see at this time. don’t worry if you miss a couple as they float to the top later. When all the skins are shredded, add the sugar and stir constantly for 20 mins – half an hour.
The marmalade goes sticky when you place a teaspoonful on a plate at the stage when it’s ready. Remove any pips that may be floating on top, and pour with a ladle into a warm, sterelised jug. Pour into clean and sterelised jars, enjoy.
Do you write poetry? If so, take a look at this great competition. SPRING FEVER
There’s already some wonderful poems on there, and cash prizes to be won. What are you waiting for?
Does this picture inspire you to write a romantic story or novel?
With the Royal Wedding this year, I think we should all start on our romantic story. Find guidelines here.
Read my complaint letter about the lid fitting of Marvel milk here.
My article ‘Angel of East Anglia’ is being published in ‘The Great War’ magazine, January issue.
About the work of Edith Cavell in the First world war.
Welcome to my blog. Here I keep a record of my writing. My plan for 2011 is to improve and blog more.