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Tomato Marmalade

05.09.12 | Get Fresh

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Tomato marmalade, or tomato jam, is a perfect way to use up the abundance of tomatoes that we are blessed with in the summertime.  Beautiful as a spread on sandwiches, as an accompaniment to cheeses, or as a substitute to ketchup, one taste of tomato jam will leave you wondering where it's been your whole life.

There are a few ways to make this delicious summertime treat, but the most important thing to remember is that you must use fresh, lovely, vine ripe tomatoes.  This is one of those recipes that you just shouldn't consider in December.  Sorry about that.  But, tomatoes are here now, so let's enjoy them!  A jar of this would also make a lovely, lovely gift.  I'll take one, please. 

image via fruitandproduceguide.com


Here are a couple of our favorite sources for recipes.  We love this version from NYtimes.com and this really interesting one from foodinjars.com

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