Examples of marmalade in a Sentence
a jar of orange marmalade
Recent Examples of marmalade from the Web
Augment the bread, for a few dollars more, with one of five smears ($3-$6), among them a silky chicken-liver mousse, tart green-tomato marmalade and rich bone-marrow butter.
While Doolittle inspired a vodka-and-elderflower blend with a splash of pomegranate and honey, Higgins tastes were fashioned into a Jameson Irish whiskey mixed with orange marmalade and summer blackberry bitters.
Another puts squid meatballs, or albondigas, with blistered peppers, sofrito marmalade and almond picada on bread.
Remove the cheesecloth bag from the marmalade, pressing any liquids back into the pan.
Spector, a candy-maker, moved to the United States in the early 1900s, bringing with him a certificate from the tsar of Russia attesting to his skills at making marmalade.
This is a plantain wrapped with bacon and topped with guava marmalade, queso blanco and cilantro.
With a small spatula, spread the marmalade over the top.
Jam jars never need to be exclusively for jellies and marmalades.
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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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