Brief Seville orange season means it is time to make marmalade

Seville oranges, which are available for a short time, have tart flesh, thick skin and an abundance of pectin, which make them ideal for marmalade. Creating marmalade from scratch is satisfying, Sasha Sykes writes, and it yields a product that is better than store-bought versions.

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