Marmalade: Sweet and Savory Spreads for a Sophisticated Taste

byElizabeth Field

Hardcover | July 27, 2015

Marmalade: Sweet and Savory Spreads for a Sophisticated Taste by Elizabeth Field
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There''s nothing better than a jar of homemade marmalade for the DIY-er with a yen for barely sweet spreads. When winter sets in, so does citrus season, opening up a world of possibilities for all kinds of sweet#151;and even savory#151;marmalades for spreading on toast and eating straight out of the jar. With half of its recipes devoted to marmalades of all stripes, the book also includes recipes that use marmalade.

With 50 recipes to choose from, try the Bitter Orange Marmalade with Rosewater and Almonds; Cherry Marmalade; Double Ginger Pear Marmalade; Red Onion Marmalade; and more. Recipes for buttermilk biscuits, brown soda bread, and rugelah all serve as excellent vehicles for the bittersweet preserves, and you can make a meal of it with Marmalade Roast Duck or Glazed Country Ham, among others.

Elizabeth Fieldhas been a food writer for over 20 years and a contributing author for theNew York Times, Gourmet, Saveur,andGastronomica. The quest for marmalade drove her through Europe and the UK, collecting recipes and techniques as well as researching for her dissertation on the history of marmalade to obtain her Masters in Gastron...
Title:Marmalade: Sweet and Savory Spreads for a Sophisticated TasteFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:192 pages, 7 X 7 X 0.98 inShipping dimensions:192 pages, 7 X 7 X 0.98 inPublished:July 27, 2015Publisher:Running PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0762443049

ISBN - 13:9780762443048

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1: Marmalade: What You Need to Know Before You Start
What is Marmalade
The Zen of Marmalade
What You Need
General Hints on Preserving
Safety and Storage

Ch. 2: A Brief History of Marmalade
Quince Marmalade
Aromatic Orange-Apple-Ginger Marmalade
Ginger Marmalade

Ch. 3: Citrus Marmalades
“Whole Fruit” Seville Orange Marmalade
Pressure Cooker Marmalade
“Cut-Rind” Seville Orange Marmalade
Tipsy Marmalade
Brown Sugar Marmalade
Marmalade with Almonds
Dark Bitter Orange Marmalade
Blood Orange Marmalade
Shredded Lemon Marmalade
Meyer Lemon, Ginger and Mint Marmalade
Tangerine and Vanilla Marmalade
Kumquat and Earl Grey Tea Marmalade
“In the Pink Grapefruit Marmalade
Three-Fruit Marmalade
Four-Fruit Marmalade (variation)
Amber Marmalade (variation)

Ch. 4
Orange and Peach Marmalade
Rhubarb Marmalade
Orange and Pomegranate Marmalade
Pear, Lemon, and Ginger Marmalade
Cranberry, Orange, and Red Wine Marmalade
Mango, Orange, and Vanilla Marmalade

Ch. 5: Exotic Marmalades
Passion Fruit Marmalade
Coconut Marmalade
Tomatillo, Lime, and Tequila Marmalade
Yuzu Marmalade
Almond, Rosewater, and Seville Orange Marmalade

Ch. 6: Savory Marmalades
Tomatillo-Chile Marmalade
Summer Tomato Marmalade
Red Onion Marmalade
Smoky Eggplant Marmalade

Ch. 7: Marmalade as an Ingredient in Savory Dishes
Meatloaf with Tomato Marmalade Glaze
Five-Spice Chicken Wings
Game Pie with Duck, Turnips, Carrots, and Red Onion Marmalade
Pork Carnitas with Tomatillos, Lime, and Tequila Marmalade
Braised Lamb Shanks with Marmalade Sauce
Vegetable Dumplings with Marmalade Dipping Sauce
Curried Chicken Salad
Glazed Baked Ham
Grilled Steak with Tomatillo and Lime Marmalade
Sweet and Sour Shrimp

Ch. 8: Marmalade as an Ingredient in Sweet Dishes
Marmalade Ice Cream
Steamed Marmalade Pudding with Orange Blossom Cream
Marmalade Meringue Pudding with Foamy Sauce
Sidebar: Steamed Marmalade Puddings
Irish Marmalade Tart
Upside-Down Gingerbread
Marmalade Schnecken
Mixed Berries with Marmalade Cannoli Cream
Marmalade Drops
Rugelach with Orange Marmalade and Grated Chocolate
Torte de Regina de Notte

Ch. 9: Breads to go with Marmalade
Baked Boxty
Brown Soda Bread
Oatmeal Scones
Pretzel Croissants