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Blood Orange Marmalade

It seems that all I’ve been doing since the beginning of this year is making marmalade. In all honesty, I’ve probably got enough in the pantry to last me at least another year & a half (I may have issues). My problem is that I just can get enough of that sticky, glistening, citrus preserve …

Spicy Blood Orange Chutney

As the longest January on record (fact) finally bids us farewell, marmalade season is still in full swing. We all know that my fondness of marmalade could rival Paddington himself, but even I have to (very reluctantly) set a limit on how many jars of it I make. Even with a pantry full of lemon, …

Blood Orange & Almond Cake

When you combine the words ‘blood’ & ‘cake’ you’d be forgiven for rendering images of gory Halloween creations, however from January to early March the word ‘blood’ actually becomes rather appetising. Now, to my knowledge there are very select times in life where blood is willingly consumed, usually this comes as part of a fry …

Seville Orange Marmalade

If there’s one recipe that you’d expect to find here at The Marmalade Teapot,  it’d be marmalade right? Well you’d be wrong. I was actually shocked myself to discover that in nearly 4 years of blogging, I had never actually posted up my namesake recipe! Now, this is either poor blogging form on my part …

Cranberry & Orange Muffins

Cranberries, a winter berry that is traditionally synonymous with Christmas, however this crimson, tart little berry has so much more potential than simply accompanying turkey dinner but once a year. Cranberries have refreshingly sharp, acidic flavour that pairs well with a little bit of sweetness. It’s a flavour that I’m are very fond of, every winter …

Ricotta Ciambellone

If there’s one place in the world that I feel at home, other than Wales, it would definitely be Italy. I couldn’t tell you exactly why, I think it’s a combination of everything… the people, the food, the architecture, the culture (not to mention the considerably better weather!), it’s the most captivating country I’ve ever …

Winter Spice Cake

Limbo Month Happy new year from The Marmalade Teapot! I demolished the gingerbread house yesterday (a sad but satisfying moment), meaning that as much as I may be in denial Christmas is officially over & normal life resumes. However  I still remain in that holiday mentality for now, it’s difficult to relinquish whilst the house still contains …

Cranberry & White Chocolate Pie

Cranberry Traditions In the run up to Christmas, as I find myself pottering around in the kitchen more & more making preparations for the big day, experimenting & attempting to stuff enough food for a month in my freezer (hello gluttony!), I fill jars upon jars with preserves.   Mincemeat for the pies, jams & …

Blackberry & Orange Cake

Hedgerow Farewells As the season begins to rapidly transition into Autumn browns, hot chocolates & brisk evenings (& lots of pumpkin posts), before we bid our last farewell to summer & dig out the comfort of wool quite yet, there is one last hope for us sunshine idolisers.. hedgerows. Wander to the bottom of the …