Author: Seville Oranges

Friends of Ave Maria Sevilles

We are happy to receive in Ave Maria Farm more friends from The Netherlands, a lovely family who love nature and has been amazed by all the stories about Ave Maria Farm. It’s a pleasure to welcome and learn all about the world of citrus, how to make marmalade and taste homemade marmalade made with the extraordinary organic Ave Maria Seville Oranges. Super! The world of citrus is one of the most mysterious in universe of fruits, with more than 2,500 varieties is the most important fruit in the world. Know this world is to discover exceptional depth enigmas. Dare...

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New visitors from The Netherlands

Excellent with our visitors, now friends, from The Netherlands! A family from Amsterdam, enjoying our land, oranges and marmalade. Having fun and lots of learn and peace in Ave Maria Farm. Thanks a lot for your visit, thanks so much for sharing our passion and love for citrus and...

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CANNING 101: TIPS FOR MAKING GOOD MARMALADE

By Marisa McClellan. When I first started this blog, I was something of a marmalade novice. I dove into my firstcouple batches blindly and without doing much research. As a result, those initially attempts were pretty lousy – chewy, seriously lacking in any kind of unifying jelly and unnecessarily bitter. Not knowing any better, I wrote them up here and led a few dozen of you into marmalade disappointment. Since then, four years have passed and I have at least three dozen batches of marmalade under my belt (boggles the mind a little, doesn’t it?). Since we’re still in...

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SECRETS FROM THE PANTRY: 10 WAYS WITH MARMALADE

Marmalade is a staple on many British breakfast tables, do you know that? By Helen Best-Shaw In this new series, food writer and blogger Helen Best-Shaw takes a fresh look at a staple or neglected store cupboard ingredient and suggests new ways to use it. This month, we look at Paddington Bear’s favourite sandwich filling: marmalade. Marmalade is a staple on many British breakfast tables, and is something that I sometimes miss when travelling. In Britain, marmalade almost exclusively is used to describe a citrus jam, usually made with bitter Seville oranges. I am sure that the children’s nursery rhyme was...

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