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Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons.

Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons.

Potato Bread with Mustard and Entrecôte Steak | New Scandinavian Cooking

Potato Bread with Mustard and Entrecôte Steak | New Scandinavian Cooking

Second Fermenting Kefir - apparently this drastically mellows the sharp edge kefir can sometimes get, as well as jacking the probiotics up even further

Second Ferment Your Kefir - Your Taste Buds Will Thank You

Second Fermenting Kefir - apparently this drastically mellows the sharp edge kefir can sometimes get, as well as jacking the probiotics up even further

Shea has posted the recipe for her award-winning meyer lemon marmalade.

Shea has posted the recipe for her award-winning meyer lemon marmalade.

Chard Stems for Winter Pickling | A Gardener's Table

Chard Stems for Winter Pickling | A Gardener's Table

Blood orange marmalade by Marisa | Food in Jars, via Flickr

Small Batch Blood Orange Marmalade

Blood orange marmalade by Marisa | Food in Jars, via Flickr

Meyer Lemon, Orange and Fresh Ginger Marmalade - if you think you don't like marmalade, think again. This one has no bitterness and there's no canning knowledge needed. It's super simple and crazy delicious!

Meyer Lemon, Orange and Fresh Ginger Marmalade

Meyer Lemon, Orange and Fresh Ginger Marmalade - if you think you don't like marmalade, think again. This one has no bitterness and there's no canning knowledge needed. It's super simple and crazy delicious!

Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons: Travels in Sicily on a Vespa by Matthew Fort. $9.98. 352 pages. Author: Matthew Fort. Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (April 28, 2009)

Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons: Travels in Sicily on a Vespa by Matthew Fort. $9.98. 352 pages. Author: Matthew Fort. Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (April 28, 2009)

Making homemade marmalade with fresh oranges and lemons when they're in season in the winter is like canning a little bit of summer in a jar. Sweet, with just a slight bitter bite, homemade marmalade is magnificent on fresh scones.

Making homemade marmalade with fresh oranges and lemons when they're in season in the winter is like canning a little bit of summer in a jar. Sweet, with just a slight bitter bite, homemade marmalade is magnificent on fresh scones.

-1 orange (peel it first then put in the juicer whole)  -1 lemon (you can either peel or not peel. I read that the peel of a lemon is good for you, but it gives more of a bitter taste in your drink, so it's your preference)  -4 carrots (cut off bad ends)  -large handfuls of kale (2 or 3)

-1 orange (peel it first then put in the juicer whole) -1 lemon (you can either peel or not peel. I read that the peel of a lemon is good for you, but it gives more of a bitter taste in your drink, so it's your preference) -4 carrots (cut off bad ends) -large handfuls of kale (2 or 3)

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