Oxford marmalade recipes

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Sticky Marmalade Chicken - the one that (almost) got away!

Sticky Marmalade Chicken - the one that (almost) got away!

If you go for a strongly flavoured, not so sweet one like the Oxford Vintage, then you'll wind up with a very strongly flavoured dish
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Homemade Piccalilly...

Homemade Piccalilly...

) The Oxford English Dictionary traces the word to the middle of the 18th century when, in 1758, Hannah Glasse described how "to make Paco-Lilla, or India Pickle". Plum & chocolate marmalade 1 kg washed, peeled vegetables - select 5 or 6 from the following
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All things Cake at BBC Show London

All things Cake at BBC Show London

Piccadilly, Oxford Circus, Leicester Square, Soho, Chinatown, Covent Garden. Mary Berry did the opening speech and loads of people started popping by the stalls, trying our jams and marmalades and taking part in our “guess the flavour” competition
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Photo diary week 4 (project 365)

Photo diary week 4 (project 365)

"I love you all the way to Oxford, all the way to London, all the way to Italy, all the way to Russia, all the way to China
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Peach & Coconut Cheescake

Peach & Coconut Cheescake

According to the Oxford Dictionary “a combination of qualities that pleases the intellect or a combination of qualities, such as shape, colour, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight”
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Oxford sausage breakfast

Oxford sausage breakfast

Oxford marmalade. Serve the toast alongside with the butter, honey and marmalade for spreading. Oxfordshire honey
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Seville orange recipes – curd, gin and marmalade

Seville orange recipes – curd, gin and marmalade

If you want a tawny or Oxford style Marmalade then replace half the sugar with demerrara and only reduce the liquid by half
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A Good Old Home Christmas

A Good Old Home Christmas

I went to Oxford market and bought a goose, cooked it for all my boyfriend’s housemates then at the last minute picked up a red hot dish and took all the skin off the inside of one hand, so I spent the party in the Radcliffe Infirmary being treated for burns
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National Cupcake Week: Jaffa (Cup) Cakes

National Cupcake Week: Jaffa (Cup) Cakes

the Oxford English Dictionary similarly agonised when deciding how to describe the Jaffa Cake. Make up the jelly according to the packet instructions, adding the marmalade when mixing the hot water and jelly together, stirring until completely combined
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Kedgeree, or belated Anglophilia

Kedgeree, or belated Anglophilia

My years in Oxford and London were a period of enormous discovery when it came to food. And I have the occasional craving for artisanal cheddar or a good jar of marmalade
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The Cake & Bake Show 2014

The Cake & Bake Show 2014

She is currently appearing regularly on BBC Radio Oxford to talk about gardening and baking. She specialises in making Caribbean inspired cakes, cordials and marmalades
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Crostini and a weekend in “The Country”

Crostini and a weekend in “The Country”

It seems more natural to me though to say I’m staying in a village near Oxford. Red onion marmalade and crumbled goats cheese
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making truffles and remembering childhood confectionery

making truffles and remembering childhood confectionery

on a trip to oxford we bought little chunks of fudge that we ate whilst punting. or perhaps i could make something with the jars of marmalade that i have just bottled
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This Little Piggy Went to Market and Got Apples

This Little Piggy Went to Market and Got Apples

---Oxford Companion to Food, Alan Davidson [Oxford University Press. orange marmalade. Add the marmalade, yogurt, seasonings and mash
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21 September 1937: The first publication of ‘The Hobbit’

21 September 1937: The first publication of ‘The Hobbit’

'Alice in Wonderland' was first written down for Alice Liddell, the daughter of the Dean of Christ Church, Lewis Carroll’s Oxford College
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  Oxford Marmalade

Boil the peel, fruit and water until the peel is very soft - the longer this mixture boils the darker the marmalade will be
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Wacky Cake cioccolato e arancia (#2)

Secondo quanto riportato dall’Oxford Dictionary, wacky (aggettivo) = buffo o divertente in maniera leggermente strana o particolare