I want to share with you a lesson I’ve learned over the last week. While testing a recipe I will be making later in the month for a catered event, I discovered that all orange marmalades are not alike. I know, not a gasp-out-loud, jaw dropping revelation – because you’d expect differences; but I did not expect what I found.
Let me start by clearing up one of the great mysteries of life…the difference between marmalade, jam and jelly!
- Marmalade – a clear, jelly-like preserve made from the pulp and rind of fruits, especially citrus fruits.
- Jam – a preserve made from whole fruit boiled to a pulp with sugar.
- Jelly – a fruit product made by boiling sugar and the juice of the fruit.
So, back to my story….