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What Can Top a Good Bread?

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gaaarp

What Can Top a Good Bread?

How about citrus marmalade?

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PaddyL

Maple butter, creamy honey, just plain butter?

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suave

a good roast?

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OldWoodenSpoon

over a few pasta noodles as an excuse to have sauce to dip up with the bread. 

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Glass-Weaver

Thanks for posting your lovely blog entry on marmelade-making!  I love a good "bitter" marmelade, the British style that's sold in the white glass jars.  It has a bite to it, with plenty of the deep citrus undertones.  I'm going to give your recipe a try.


Terri

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gaaarp

Thanks, Terri. I hope you like it.

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SylviaH

I've looked everywhere for the bitter Seville oranges  to make my marmalade but can't find them..so I just settle for organic oranges with pretty skins!


Sylvia 

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Mini Oven

Mini

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spongedaddy

... more bread! ;-)


But honestly, just some good butter or butter plus raspberry jam does it for me.


 

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montanagrandma

it in a little EVOO with garlic/chopped basil.

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AnnaInMD

sourdough, of course.


guaranteed no calories  ;)