“Properly made marmalade has no peer as the crowning glory on a piece of hot, buttered toast. On a morning dark and drear, it is superbly restorative, a welcome lift as the new day begins, sweet but not cloying, a ray of sunshine spooned from a jar”
– R. W. Apple Jr.

Posted on 1st Sep 2011 in Baked Goods, English, Food and Drink, Musings


There Are 2 Comments | Opening stuck jars of Marmite commented on December 18, 2011 at 12:17 am

[…] can tell that, for me, next to Marmalade and Pâté, there’s nothing finer to put on hot buttered toast. A tradition of mine would be […]


bookjunkie commented on April 26, 2012 at 4:21 pm

you’ve got me craving for marmalade 🙂 I love toast so much…my comfort food.

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