orange marmalade

NOUN
  1. marmalade made from oranges
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How To Use orange marmalade In A Sentence

  • The wines of the Sauternes appellation, at their best, are golden to orange marmalade in colour and possess a fabulous complex sweetness, without oiliness, sugary fatness or unctuousness.
  • Spoon some of the orange marmalade around the dish and garnish with chocolate peppermint.
  • Haig buttered his toast, then spread one slice with orange marmalade and the other with lime marmalade.
  • She took out a can of orange marmalade from fridge, opened it and put it on the kitchen table beside the cheese.
  • You have to have white toast to taste marmalade and marmalade - proper orange marmalade - is what breakfast is all about. WHISTLER IN THE DARK
  • Place in freezer. in a small mixing bowl, combine peach preserves and orange marmalade.
  • I'll have two pieces of toast, lightly buttered, with orange marmalade on the side.
  • We were bought a complimentary plate of various breads to share, with a pat of butter and a little bowl of the most beautiful looking, vibrant orange marmalade.
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