The kitchen is smelling fresh like a citrus fruit orchard too!
Finally got my act together today and transformed the various pulpy fruits that I've "collected" over the last few weeks into a pot of marmalade.
The blood oranges are from the Gorman House Markets in Canberra - the most-darling farmer's first pick of the season. Also from his farm are the giant pink grapefruits. The "ruby" oranges (a very tasty cross between the ruby grapefruit and the navel orange), we bought from a stall at the Marrickville Farmers' Markets.
Only after I made the marmalade did I realise that all the fruits used were organically-grown! Our Gorman organic cotton tea towel has got it so right again. Tee hee hee.
Want some to eat with your toast? I've got a jar of happiness to share after divvying the stuff up.
The marmalade is happy to travel to where you are as long as it's a country where the Customs officers are not going to keep it and eat it all. Simply say "I want to play Paddington Bear!" in a comment before, say, end of this Friday? If there are more than one of you, your names will go into a bush hat. Let's play! Before I eat it all.