I’m a glutton for punishment! 😜 Another batch of orange marmalade done, this time with habaneros and chiltepin peppers. Spicy! Used Alton Brown’s recipe for marmalade, added some kosher salt, 6 habaneros and 6 chiltepin peppers. I had never heard of chiltepin peppers before a friend brought me some from Mexico. They’re considered the “mother […]
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A friend of mine just recently got a big basket of loquats, and asked if I’d make some jam out of them. After doing some research online about flavor combinations and methods, I decided on a variation of a recipe I found on Ball’s website. After making the full batch, I think I’d add more […]
After I finished making about 4 batches of Orange Marmalade in a week or so, my brother looked at me and said “you know what kind of jam I like? Berry!” LOL So we went to the store and picked up a few pints each of blackberries and raspberries, and he opted for seed-in jam. […]
Traditional orange marmalade with a sweet & spicy twist. Stewed habanero peppers with the oranges, and then slivered more into the finished jam. Not too hot, it delivers a sweet heat that goes well on toast, with brie cheese, with pork, and some ate it off the spoon!
Fresh navel orange marmalade using Alton Brown’s recipe and a pressure canner from Ball.
My birthday present! I was still deciding whether of not I was going to buy one, so he made an executive decision and ordered it for me! (For those who haven’t heard me talk about it, it’s an automated hot bath canning machine. Should take a lot of the manual work and time out of […]