Examples of marmalade in a Sentence
a jar of orange marmalade
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Each layer was filled twice with apricot marmalade and a kirsch flavored Bavarian cream.
Culinary arts students sliced baguettes for crostini to be topped with maple duck breast and cranberry marmalade.
Friends who had been opposed to cottage cheese up until that point were suddenly obsessed with it, all thanks to a little help from a scoop of marmalade.
There are fat slabs of pink prime rib coming out of the kitchen, but also dishes that treat plants as equal objects of lust, like cauliflower glazed with a fennel-olive marmalade and served with Parmesan sauce.
Products: Apples, half-runner beans, honey, homemade pies, kale chips, cookies, eggs, wine, gift soaps, jelly, jam, marmalade, red velvet fudge brownies, sweet potatoes, okra, zucchini.
Cottage cheese with orange marmalade and chopped walnuts was my first post-oatmeal jam undertaking.
These glossy trees constantly produce intensely scented flowers, which develop into small, round fruits that are too sour to eat raw but make delicious, tangy marmalade.
The add-ins: Foie gras, port onion marmalade, frisée, truffle mayo Difficulty factor: High Impressiveness: This burger lives up to its name: fois gras and truffle mayo?
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Origin and Etymology of marmalade
MARMALADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of marmalade for English Language Learners
: a sweet jelly that contains pieces of fruit
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