marmalade

a long long time ago, I used to make my own. . .
now I just enjoy the ordinary stuff that one buys from the shop. . . and currently I'm segueing between humming this* and this. . .
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choices, choices!
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(*actually, I'm humming Patti LaBelle's version, but there you go - another choice)
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choice is a good thing
I hope you have some in your life today
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6 comments:

Dave said...

I normally have a glass of milk at breakfast time, and I feel it clashes with marmalade.

If, however, I have a cup of tea, then marmalade goes down nicely.

I, Like The View said...

for me it is definitely one of those combination things

I like bitter orange marmalade on water biscuits in the evening sometimes; I don't like it on toast made from brown wholegrain with added seeds bread; I definitely love it on really really crispy white bread toast, dripping with lots of butter

(sorry Mel to be talking about gluten things)

Mel said...

Gosh..my gran used to make marmalade. :-)

That's a cool memory--overrides the gluten factor!

I, Like The View said...

I love making maramlade, more than jam. . .

. . .it's weird, because I thought about this today - and then, later, when I bought the paper, there was a whole section on making marmalade!

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mig said...

Serendipity :)
I love marmalade on wholemeal toast (no added grains please) with coffee.

Rimshot said...

You put coffee on your toast?