Lemon Marmalade

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Tart Sunshine in a Jar! A lemon-lover's paradise—intensely lemony and sweet.

Pairs well with Muscat, Coteaux de l'Aubance, Brut, Loupiac, Champagne, Anjou - Coteaux de la Loire, Cérons, Bonnezeaux, Vouvray, Alsace Gewurztraminer, Mâcon - Villages, Jurancon, Sauternes, and Demi Sec

France’s Muscat Beaumes de Venise is a lightly fortified and honeyed wine that is flawless with this marmalade. But just about any sweet Muscat wine will do.

Suggestions for Uses

  • Try it on toast

  • Fill thumbprint cookies.

  • Brush on fruit tarts to give them a dazzling gloss

  • Chicken roasted with a lemon marmalade and fresh rosemary mixture slathered underneath its skin

  • A sticky glaze for chicken drumsticks

  • Make a sauce for pork tenderloin

  • Glaze a Christmas ham

  • Make crostini with goat cheese and prosciutto

  • Bake a lemon cake and make a glaze with the marmalade

  • Serve with Coconut Scones

  • Shake it into a gin cocktail

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