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Break the pulp into small pieces, take out all the pips, and cut the boiled rind into chips. Make a syrup with the sugar and water; boil this well, skim, and, when clear, put in the pulp and chips.
The juice and grated rind of 2 lemons to every dozen of oranges, added with the pulp and chips to the syrup, are a very great improvement to this marmalade. Average Cost.djxeeder.com/9998.php
We wondered, however, if Mrs Beeton ever trialed her recipe, because the preparation took twice as long as instructed, or perhaps she had more efficient servants! After hours spent around the kitchen table slicing, dicing, peeling, straining, boiling and waiting, we finally had a gooey substance, brimming with orange chunks, which resembled marmalade.
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By the end of our jam-packed day the staff kitchen was filled with the delicious aromas of sweet oranges, boiled rind, and the heady scent of sugar syrup infused with fruit. And the finished product — delicious! Photo courtesy Nicole Sutherland. Her undergraduate studies in history at the University of Sydney propelled her towards a career in the museum industry, and her love for all things colonial inspired her to work for Sydney Living Museums.