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marmalade in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarmalademar‧ma‧lade /ˈmɑːməleɪd $ ˈmɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  DFa jam made from fruit such as oranges, lemons, or grapefruit, usually eaten at breakfast
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marmaladeAnd a sticky end ... marmalade shop to close after a century of trade Read in studio Good evening.There were heaps of fresh baked white bread on the tables, gobs of butter, pots of marmalade.We gaze across the breakfast things like an old married couple, and I remove a smear of marmalade from the tablecloth.Has a rich combination of flavours recalling marmalade and sultanas - and a touch of resin too.We have just prepared some marmalade from the oranges grown on the farm.A white cat and the marmalade and white lay curled up side by side in an armchair.Cut the risen surfaces off the small cakes and sandwich these together with the marmalade to form the head.The marmalade should dribble off from several points, rather than running off smoothly from one spot.